This is from the Catholic League: Charlie, Stefan and I will be discussing the meaning of this in a moment on Peach Pundit Radio. You can discuss it in the comments. March 27, 2015 GEORGIA LAWMAKER SMEARS ARCHDIOCESE Bill Donohue comments...Show More Summary
“This is a good omen but it hardly settles the matter,” said Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League.
From the press materials: The controversial president of The Catholic League shows how the Church may be the best guide for achieving long-term health and happiness. Religious Americans are by far the healthiest and happiest of any segment of the population—this is true across religions according to recent Gallup polls. Show More Summary
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue has a new book out today called The Catholic Advantage, all about how great it is to believe as he does. It's not enough, however, to promote Catholicism. Donohue spends a huge chunk of the book talking about how awful atheism is. Show More Summary
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue was back at it again, having another meltdown on air just before President Obama's speech this Wednesday on violent extremism. Cavuto just had him on a couple of weeks ago following President Obama's...Show More Summary
Catholic League President Bill Donohue warns that “Fifty Shades of Grey” will “normalize kinky” leading to men sustaining physical injuries. “A lot of men are out there and they want to be become the slave masters of these women… “The fact that this [book] outsells Harry Potter tells me we’re not talking about a fringe [...]
The Neumann-Goretti High School (Philadelphia) girls basketball team is one of the best in the country, with an 18-0 record and currently ranked first by USA Today. Two of the team's players emigrated to the United States from Nigeria,...Show More Summary
Trapped in a perpetual state of agitation and pique, Catholic League president Bill Donohue can no more swear off being angry than he can avoid moving his bowels.He produced another steamer yesterday, regarding the National Prayer Breakfast,...Show More Summary
Bill Donohue of The Catholic League has criticized President Barack Obama for his recent comments at the National Prayer Breakfast, where he used the Crusades as an example of people doing "terrible acts" in the name of Christ. Donohue, who called on Obama to apologize, argued that the Crusades were carried out against Islamic jihad.
Catholic League head Bill Donohue complained on Thursday that President Barack Obama did not criticize Islamic extremists by name in a speech mentioning attacks done in the name of religion — only he did, Crooks & Liars reported. “We have a problem with Islam, okay?” Donohue...
Real Time host Bill Maher blasted everyone from Catholic League head Bill Donohue to critics of his statements regarding Islam in a far-ranging “New Rules” segment on Friday. “Liberals hate bullying, alright. But they’re not opposed to using it,” he said. “When...
We all know that Catholic League's Bill Donohue is a bloviating mass of bigotry, a fact accented by his even viler than usual commentary on the attack on Paris' Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper. Last Thursday he went onto Hugh Hewitt's...
Glendale: Catholic League President Bill Donohue’s comments display the highest form of human stupidity.
The end of the Catholic League? Honestly, it's always been a rabid one-man operation kept afloat by donations. It's always mystified me that a man who represents virtually no one has managed to maintain such a consistent media presence. Show More Summary
Catholic League president Bill Donohue said Friday that the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo “would do us all a favor if they converted to Catholicism.” The head of the self-described largest Catholic civil rights group in the United States said the world would finally see peace if...
Catholic League President Bill Donohue has responded to criticism he received for saying that "Muslims are right to be angry" over the controversial prophet Mohammed cartoons by French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which led to a terrorist attack that killed 12 people, by arguing that the cartoonists "abused freedom" with the highly offensive material they chose to publish.
Flaws in the Catholic League's statement on Charlie Hebdo.
Fox News host Megyn Kelly called Catholic League president Bill Donohue out on Thursday over his remarks concerning the mass shooting attack against the satirists at Charlie Hebdo. “I understand you didn’t like the message,” Kelly said, before asking him, “Did you really...
Despite what Donohue claims above, it is Hewitt who destroys in a segment that aired nationwide today on the Salem Radio Network. (Salem is the parent company of Twitchy, Townhall, and other far-right sites.) Hewitt, perhaps obviously,...Show More Summary