You’ve probably heard homosexual activists and “trans”-cultists mock the idea that Christians in First World countries are or ever will be persecuted. Well, here’s a news item direct from the expanding “That is NOT persecution” file: Catholic clinical psychologist Dr. Joseph Nicolosi Sr.’s books on reparative therapy for those who experience unwanted same-sex attraction are now banned from Amazon.
Posted in Media Watch, Sexuality
Tagged Adolph Hitler, Amazon, American Conservative, Communism with the Mask Off and Bolshevism in Theory and Practice, Grover Furr, Joseph Goebbels, Joseph Nicolosi Sr., Mein Kampf, Milestones, Rod Dreher, Rojo Alan, Sayyid Qutb
It’s often difficult to distinguish truth from satire on websites like The Onion and the Babylon Bee, and a few days ago many woke up to this headline:
Southern Poverty Law Center Apologizes for Mislabeling Group as Anti-Muslim Extremists, Agrees to $3.3M Settlement
But it’s a real news story, not a joke. It’s from Accuracy in Media, and here is a short excerpt from its report:
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has a history of flagging its political opponents as “extremists,” apologized to Muslim anti-terrorism group Quilliam and its founder Maajid Nawaz for wrongly naming them in their Field
Posted in Federal, Religious Liberty
Tagged Amazon, Apple, Google, JP Morgan Chase, Maajid Nawaz, Quilliam Foundation, Southern Poverty Law Center, SPLC, Twitter, YouTube
Facebook, Twitter, Google and Amazon reportedly all have working partnerships with the far-left group, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which is notorious for giving conservative organizations unwarranted “hate group” labels.
Posted in Islam & Sharia, Media Watch
Tagged Alliance Defending Freedom, Allum Bokhari, Amazon, Amazon Smile, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Barack Obama, Daily Caller News Foundation, Dr. Benjamin Carson, Facebook, Family Research Council, Federation for American Immigration Reform, Floyd Lee Corkins, Google, Maajid Nawaz, Newsbusters, Peter Hasson, Ruchika Budhraja, Southern Poverty Law Center, SPLC, Tim Cook, Twitter, YouTube
A growing number of companies are publicly backing social causes but they might want to do so cautiously, warns a well-known pollster.
A prominent Christian ministry is taking the Southern Poverty Law Center to task over its published list of what it considers "hate groups."