Citizens Against Religious Bigotry
Citizens Against Religious Bigotry Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 06/29/2011, 1:41pm
It was over a year ago when several of Religious Right organizations united to form something called Citizens Against Religious Bigotry for the sole purpose of trying to keep a proposed show about Jesus Christ off of Comedy Central by demanding that potential advertisers pre-emptively promise never to support the show or else be labeled as sponsors of religious bigotry. The program was seemingly killed off shortly thereafter and Citizens Against Religious Bigotry went dark and lay dormant ... until today, when it suddenly returned with a video and petition demanding the firing of those... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 04/26/2011, 10:00am
As Brian noted yesterday, the Religious Right was unified in its support of Paul Clement for resigning from his position at King & Spalding after the law firm backed out of defending the Defense of Marriage Act in court. To hear the Religious Right tell it, this decision by King & Spalding was the result of a campaign of intimidation by gay rights groups - in fact, that is pretty much what the Family Research Council said: Looking for attorneys that won't buckle under pressure? Don't bother contacting King & Spalding. In a stunning announcement, the Atlanta-based firm just... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 06/29/2010, 2:05pm
Earlier this month, a group of Religious Right leaders banded together to form a group called Citizens Against Religious Bigotry for the sole purpose of launching a campaign against a proposed Comedy Central show about Jesus Christ called "JC." The group claimed the show, which is still only in the development stage, was blasphemous and bigoted and so they set about targeting potential advertisers by warning them not to even think about supporting the show. And according to organizers, this campaign has been a monumental success and so they are declaring victory: ... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Thursday 06/03/2010, 10:03am
Yesterday we noted that several Religious Right leaders had formed a new group called Citizens Against Religious Bigotry to protest a scheduled Comedy Central program about Jesus Christ called "JC." It seems that organizers are upset about Comedy Central's "double standard" when it comes to Christianity and Islam: [American Family Association president Tim Wildmon] is quick to point out that a few weeks ago, Comedy Central edited out a segment from South Park that was disrespectful of Mohammed after a Moslem activist group complained. Wildmon, along with those in the... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 06/02/2010, 11:57am
A few weeks ago, Comedy Central announced that it had a new program in development called "JC" that is about Jesus Christ who moves to New York to "escape his father's enormous shadow." In response, a collection of Religious Right leaders have banded together to form Citizens Against Religious Bigotry and urge advertisers not to support the program: Citizens Against Religious Bigotry will unveil a campaign Thursday to protest Comedy Central’s new animated show about Jesus Christ called “JC.” The coalition of Jewish and Christian leaders are urging... MORE >
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6/12/13 @ 2:03pm
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6/13/13 @ 1:42pm
Swanson: Star Trek Promotes Bestiality, Children's Show Superhero 'Probably Fighting Christians'
6/7/13 @ 3:15pm
One Million Moms Protests 'The Fosters' For Trying to 'Desensitize America and Our Children by Promoting Inappropriate Behavior'
6/7/13 @ 12:30pm
Citing the Book of Mormon, Glenn Beck Warns That 'We Are at the End'
6/14/13 @ 4:41pm