Future NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio also a Fan of Marxist Liberation Theology


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“I’m also very deeply influenced by liberation theology, which I learned a lot about in the years I worked on Latin America.”

The Christian Left’s Peculiar Hatred of Israel


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Where are the calls for boycott of Syria and other places of world misery?

Christ at an Israeli Checkpoint


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Anti-Israel Christians mobilize to identify the Savior with “Palestinian liberation.”

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Bush Library Meets Pacifist Aggression


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The Religious Left tries to prevent Southern Methodist University from enjoying the research benefits of a presidential library.

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Proselytizing for Palestine


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The Religious Left preaches “Israeli apartheid” to turn followers against the Jewish State.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 15, 2010


Totalitarianism is the possession of reality by a political Idea — the Idea of the socialist kingdom of heaven on earth, the redemption of humanity by political force. To radical believers this Idea is so beautiful it is like God Himself. It provides the meaning of a radical life. It is the solution that makes [...]

World Council of Churches: The KGB Connection


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A new book details how the Soviets exploited the World Council of Churches

Dear Media Matters: Catholics call them ’sins of omission’


Media Matters‘ latest “gotcha” goes like this:
National Catholic Reporter Endorses Health Care Bill
With some pro-lifers trying to make the health care debate an argument over abortion, it was interesting to see the National Catholic Reporter, which knows a thing or two about anti-abortion views, come out in favor of the Obama health care plan.
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From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 9, 2010


As Deutscher wrote, Marx was indeed the prototype of the radical “non-Jewish Jew,” much as my parents and I were, as we marched down Eighth Avenue in that May Day parade when I was nine. We were Jews who had turned our backs on Judaism, but who belonged to no other real community or place. [...]