Over the weekend, a law that would have eliminated the statute of limitations on child abuse cases failed in the New York legislature.Bill Donohue of the Catholic League is thrilled by its defeat. He says in a press release that this law intended to protect children was really "a vindictive bill pushed by lawyers and activists out to rape the Catholic Church."
Catholic League President Bill Donohue on Monday gloated after he successfully helped kill a bill in the New York legislature that would have made it easier for sex abuse victims to bring cases against their accusers. As The New York Daily News reports, Donohue sent out an email to supporters after...
The gloating head of the Catholic League ripped into the “victims’ lobby” he says is out to “rape” the Catholic Church.
February 29, 2016: The Catholic League, took out an advert in The New York Times criticizing ABC and its parent company, Disney, for hiring 'vulgar bigot' Dan Savage as its executive producer of "The Real O'Neals." The show premiered...Show More Summary
As organizers for the atheist Reason Rally boast that 30,000 secularists will be at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on Saturday, Catholic League President Bill Donohue has slammed the event, calling it an "invasion."
When the Catholic League's Bill Donohue is having an aneurysm at your expense, you're probably doing something right.In this case, the very idea that atheists are coming together for a "Reason Rally" is driving him nuts:
Who would have thought 90’s nostalgia would have resurrected the Culture Wars? Following the Catholic League’s pearl-clutching over Mark Ryden’s perceived “very anti-Christian and anti-Catholic” paintings at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary...Show More Summary
In response to a controversial Mark Ryden painting at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, The Catholic League President Bill Donohue sent MOCA Director Debi Gray a letter describing a painting to offend Muslims. It's pretty wei...
The Real O’Neals, ABC’s new anti-Catholic sitcom scored at least 18 big name sponsors in spite of repeated poor ratings, reports the Catholic League. But the show is still losing one major advertiser. Goya originally sponsored but backed out and promised not to advertise on the show after the Catholic League met with the company. Show More Summary
by Christopher Frizzelle This is the lower-right corner of the editorial page today. Christopher Frizzelle The Catholic League took out an ad in the New York Times today that you can read here on the Catholic League's website if the text above is too small for you. Hilariously, this is not the ad the Catholic League wanted to run. Show More Summary
And apparently exec producer Dan Savage is worse than the head of the KKK?
Catholic League President Bill Donohue is calling on Pastor Robert Jeffress to apologize this week for saying the Catholic Church comes from a cult-like pagan religion inspired by Satan.
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Catholic League president Bill Donohue refused to take sides today in the "feud" between Donald Trump and Pope Francis, because as far as he's concerned, it's a media creation.
CNN’s Michael Smerconish almost lost it on-air Saturday morning when his guest — who heads up the conservative Catholic League — defended Donald Trump’s swearing on the stump by bellowing, “We can’t act like little virgins!” The blustery billionaire has come...
The President of the Catholic League Bill Donohue appeared on CNN's Smerconish Saturday morning and absolutely blasted the culture of vulgarity that GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has contributed to.
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue has slammed HBO for continuing to support what he says is bigotry and "anti-Catholic rantings" on the "Real Time with Bill Maher" show.
After CNN's article about atheists who celebrate the traditions of Christmas without the trappings of religion, you knew the Catholic League's Bill Donohue would have something to whine about.I just didn't realize it would be something I said.
Catholic League's Bill Donohue has criticized several American mainstream news publications for failing to mention in their coverage of the Oregon shooting last week that the victims were specifically killed because they identified themselves as Christians. Donohue also claimed President Barack Obama would have been more outraged if the victims were Muslims.