‘Humanist’ Org Cancels Atheist Richard Dawkins Over Trans Ideology
April 21st, 2021 3:00 PM
Sure, legendary British atheist Richard Dawkins might not like God enough to admit that He exists, but he does somewhat believe in God’s fixed designs for human sexuality, enough to get cancelled for it. In response to Dawkins’ comments discrediting transgender ideology, the American Humanist Association (AHA) has revoked the influential British author’s “Humanist of the Year” award.
Atheist Richard Dawkins Slams Pope Equating Abortion to Nazi Eugenics
June 18th, 2018 12:36 PM
Pope Francis is wrong, according to one famed atheist and media-beloved figure. Abortion is about avoiding “human suffering,” not eugenics. Over the weekend, CNN and The Associated Press reported that Pope Francis condemned the abortion of those with birth defects or disorders as the “white glove” equivalent to Nazi eugenics. Hours later, on Monday, author and evolutionary biologist Richard…
Celebs, Journalists, Hillary Couldn’t Wait to Politicize Vegas Tragedy
October 2nd, 2017 10:59 AM
The elite have their versions of ambulance chasers. In the wake of a national tragedy, the insensitive calls from wealthy celebrities and journalists to join the bandwagon of liberal political activism showcases their complete lack of empathy.
Berkeley Public Radio Station Drops Event with 'Islamophobic' Atheist
July 25th, 2017 7:54 AM
Washington Post blogger Eugene Volokh reported trouble in Public Broadcasting Land on Monday night. Berkeley-based KPFA, the original station that started the radical-left Pacifica chain of public radio stations, abruptly canceled their August 9 event with harshly atheist author Richard Dawkins over his criticism of Islam as "the most evil religion on the planet."
NPR Tiptoes: 'Religion,' Not Islam, Plays a Role In Modern Terrorism
May 29th, 2017 2:25 PM
On Saturday morning's Weekend Edition, in the wake of the despicable bombing of the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, NPR host Scott Simon welcomed staunch atheist Richard Dawkins, author of (most notably) The God Delusion, to discuss the role of "religion" in terrorism. Simon tiptoed around singling out one particular religion as the most prone to terrorism in this century.
NYT Op-Ed Goes After Atheist's Ardor for Down Syndrome Abortions
August 29th, 2014 3:27 PM
Apparently, Richard Dawkins' aggressive advocacy for aborting babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome and the potential damage it could inflict on the pro-abortion movement was too much for even the New York Times to handle.
On August 20, Matthew Balan at NewsBusters covered Dawkins' vile position and his equally vile way of expressing it ("Abort it and try again. It would be immoral to bring it…
Militant Atheist Richard Dawkins: It's 'Immoral' To Let Down Syndrome
August 20th, 2014 2:45 PM
On Wednesday, outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins ran to the defense of the all-too-common practice of aborting Down Syndrome babies in a series of posts on Twitter. Dawkins endorsed the New Republic piece of fellow atheist Jerry A. Coyne, which slammed the Catholic Church for its "medieval morality" of opposing abortion, and added that "Ireland is a civilised country except in this 1 area....You…
NPR Oozes All Over Author of 'The God Delusion' as 'The World's Top Th
September 28th, 2013 10:38 PM
NPR is a very favorable place for atheists. Richard Dawkins, the harsh leftist author of “The God Delusion,” was smothered in air-kisses on the Diane Rehm Show on Tuesday (distributed across the country from WAMU-FM in DC). Fill-in host Katty Kay of the BBC began: “This year Richard Dawkins was voted the world's top thinker in Prospect Magazine's poll of 10,000 readers in more than 100…
Bozell Column: Atheists Darken D.C
March 27th, 2012 10:58 PM
What if the atheists declared they were about to throw “the largest atheist event in world history” on a Saturday in Washington and few people showed up? “Reason Rally” organizer David Silverman estimated that "99 percent of all atheists are closeted.” The closet must still be full, because they sure weren’t in Washington.
The Washington Post story on Sunday guessed there were “several…
CBS DC Puffs Upcoming 'Massive' Washington Rally of Atheists
February 19th, 2012 7:54 AM
For all of those networks and newspapers who annually pretend the March for Life does not exist, we shall see if a Washington rally by thousands of atheists is considered equally as "newsworthy." Don't empty your wallet betting on that. Advertised speakers at the March 24 "Reason Rally" include Congressman Pete Stark, author Richard Dawkins ("The God Delusion"), comedians Paul Provenza and…
Liberal Media-Speak: When a 'Stubborn Catholic' Loves Atheist Rants Ag
April 18th, 2010 7:52 AM
It's quite clever and misleading for Newsweek and The Washington Post to name their religion site "On Faith." It's a little like People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals starting a website simply called "On Meat." Author Donna Freitas, called "The Stubborn Catholic," is absolutely thrilled with the idea that two very publicly vicious atheists want to arrest the Pope when he visits the United…
CNN Promotes Militant Atheist Richard Dawkins and His New Book
November 25th, 2009 4:03 PM
CNN correspondent Max Foster’s short report about Richard Dawkins on Tuesday’s Situation Room played more like a commercial which promoted the militant atheist’s new book. Despite Dawkins’s past inflammatory statements about Christianity, Foster only labeled him “an outspoken critic of creationism....[whose] atheist views have put him at the center of controversy” [audio clip available here].…
NYT: Ben Stein's 'Sleazy' Evolution Documentary an 'Unprincipled Propa
April 18th, 2008 3:09 PM
New Special Report: Apostles of Atheism
March 25th, 2008 4:43 PM
In all the brouhaha last week over the incendiary comments made by Barack Obama's pastor the media seemed to forget to partake in their traditional Holy Week Christian-bashing excercise. There were a few entries in the "Easter Hit Parade," like the Comedy Central show "Root of All Evil" which my boss, Brent Bozell, wrote about in a column recently, and an episode of "Law and Order" which…