-Submitted by David Drumm (Nal), Guest Blogger Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, writes: “Just weeks after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, I was notified by the IRS that the Catholic League was under investigation for violating the IRS Code on political activities as it relates to 501(c)(3) organizations.” So, that would […]
Davie Bowie’s explicit, star-studded video for the song “The Next Day” off his recent album of the same name has prompted the Catholic League to weigh in with a provocative post describing the veteran rocker as a “switch-hitting, bisexual,...Show More Summary
The David Bowie controversy continues after its allotted 15 minutes, thanks a perhaps unintentionally hilarious statement by Bill Donohue from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. His review of Bowie’s recently released music video, “The Next Day” is apparently meant to trash the 66-year-old British dinosaur rocker, but it may only serve to [...]Show More Summary
Catholic League President Bill Donohue says that David Bowie's religion-themed new music video "The Next Day" is a mess. Watch the video. What do you think?
In what is probably the least surprising music-related news of the day, the Catholic League has criticized David Bowie’s new video “The Next Day.” The video shows priests punching street urchins and cavorting with stigmatic prostitutes. Show More Summary
Never known for its temperance, humility or logic, the Catholic League is at it again. This time, the U.S.-based religious group is taking David Bowie...
Bill Donohue on a different Current TV program. Yes, he's been on several. Presenting Catholic League president Bill Donohue and his deeply important thoughts on marriage: “This idea of two men getting married is the most bizarre idea...Show More Summary
I don't know how I can bring myself to write anything cogent about Catholic League President (of himself) Bill Donohue's cartoonishly predictable views on marriage in the marriage equality debate and the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church...Show More Summary
Who knows more about the Bible? The Catholic League's Bill Donohue or Current TV's John Fugelsang? Or, to put it another way, the guy who makes a living as a self-proclaimed spokesperson for his faith, or the guy who makes a living asking questions? Yeah, we all know where this is going... Some of the highlights: [Click headline for more…]
Catholic League President Bill Donohue talks to Current TV's Jon Fugelsang about marriage equality: "This idea of two men getting married is the most bizarre idea in human history...Christians have an obligation, particularly Catholics to follow natural law. The whole...
Appearing on Current TV's Viewpoint Thursday evening, Catholic League President Bill Donohue explained his opposition to the "bizarre idea" of same-sex marriage by noting that he believes marriage has nothing to do with love and happiness; but rather it is entirely about procreating.
Bill Donohue, the virulently homophobic head of the Catholic League who has blamed that church's sexual abuse scandals on the presence of gays among the clergy and criticized the "gay death style," is the latest right-wing figure to come to the aid of Dr. Show More Summary
If HBO personality Bill Maher habitually attacked any other group in the same way he slurs the Catholic Church he would be summarily dismissed, says the president of The Catholic League. The organization compiled a "greatest hits" package of Maher's anti-Catholic rants and sent a strongly worded letter to Glenn A. Show More Summary
Catholic League President Bill Donohue send a letter Time Warner’s CEO complaining about Maher. “There is no other entertainer in the nation who has repeatedly spoken about the Catholic Church, especially its priests, in more vile and obscene terms than Bill Maher,” Donohue wrote to Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt. “Vicious beyond belief, his [...]
The Catholic League would like Bill Maher's bosses at Time Warner to have a "serious talk" with him about the "vile and obscene" ways he speaks about the Catholic church. Pointing to his history of "anti-Catholicism," a letter from the League says they've had enough of it.
The Catholic League has clearly had enough of Bill Maher's regular anti-religious tirades on HBO's Real Time. On Tuesday, League president Bill Donohue sent a letter to Time Warner CEO Glenn Britt saying, "The time has come for someone in a position of responsibility to sit down and have a serious talk with this man": read more
The Catholic League is mad as hell and they aren't going to take it anymore. Bill Maher, host of HBO's "Real Time", has apparently made...
The Atlantic 10 didn’t take long to replace the teams bolting for the new Catholic league that will adopt the Big East moniker. The Atlantic 10 Conference Council of Presidents announced on Monday that it had accepted an application for membership from George Mason University. The school will join the A-10 in July and start [...]Show More Summary
Bill Maher talks about the problem with "shitkicker inflation":