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Executives at The New York Times have rejected a full-page anti-Islam advertisement that mimicked a controversial anti-Catholic advertisement they published on March 9.
According to a Mar. 13 letter sent by the Times to the ad‚Äôs sponsor, anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller, the $39,000 anti-Islam ad was rejected because ‚Äúthe fallout from running this ad now could put U.S. troops and/or civilians in the [Afghan] region in danger.‚ÄĚ
C. A. M. E. R. A. about the New York Times wrote: The New York Times, one of the most influential newspapers in the world, affects not only its readership's perception of world events (daily circulation is about 1.6 million), but also has significant impact on the news judgment and editorial perspective of othermedia. The caliber of accuracy, balance and thoroughness in this publication are, therefore, of particular importance.
Be fruitful and multiply. Because we do we suround the non believers and greatly out number them so why do they have such control? We need to start standing up for what we believe in! The Constitution says the freedom of Religion not freedom from Religion. How can one student force a town to take a prayer down that has been there for forty years? They daid it would cost to much to fight the ACLU we surround them we need to all stand up and chip in to fight back we need a group that fights for Religous liberties brfore its to late.
"[The] Time‚Äôs anti-Catholic ad, that declared ‚Äúthink of the acute misery I poverty I needless suffering I unwanted pregnancies I overpopulation, social evils and deaths that can be laid directly at the door of your church‚Äôs pernicious doctrine that birth control‚Äô is a sin and must be outlawed.‚ÄĚ"
My devoted Wormwood,
Of late, Christians of all stripes have been united in the fight against birth control. This is most unfortunate.
Let's find a way to mass-produce a birth control, the likes of which the Patient has never seen. Once we support the invention of a cool space-age anti-child technology, her lust for it will so prevail that sexual anarchy will rein and rule Christianity thereafter.
When Christian women are addicted and beyond sexual oblivion, society will use contraception to bludgeon all Christians like baby seals into submission and silence. What a delectable turn of events it will be!