NRB Book Club: Neil Postman’s Technopoly


Is the technological and digital revolution good for us? Astute cultural critic Neil Postman takes on such a complex question in Technopoly. Postman pushes the importance of history while showing us that some people appear to be treating technology as a deity. This is a great read for anyone who has an interest in the [...]

Hating Valentine’s


valentine's

Why jihadists and the radical Left both revile the day of love.

Mika Brzezinski can see a log cabin from her house!


Two stories you won’t see at Media Matters today:
First, famous guy blames Haiti earthquake on angry deity. Pat Robertson and God? Nope: “actor” Danny Glover and “Gaia.”

According to Glover:
When we see what we did at the climate summit in Copenhagen, this is the response, this is what happens, you know what I’m sayin?
Danny Glover is [...]

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Jesus Christ, the Son of Allah


Do Muslims have an exclusive monopoly on the use of the word “Allah,” in describing God?
Malaysia is grappling with that linguistic question, and Muslims in that country are enraged because a court has given its answer: No.
An ethnically divided country comprised of Malay Muslims (who make up about 60% of the population), non-Muslim Chinese, Indians [...]

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