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- Churches’ Role In Forming the Movie Ratings System, Plus Violence Within Our Land May 28, 2020
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Category Archives: Religious Faith
by James M. Wall Sixty-two years after the U.S. Supreme Court banned racial segregation in U.S. public schools, the United Methodist Church ended its 2016 General Conference by voting 559-157 to continue investing its funds in U.S. corporations profiting from operations in … Continue reading
by James M. Wall The United Methodist Church has begun its ten-day General Conference in Portland, Oregon. The Conference will consider resolutions to join other mainline Protestant denominations in divesting from three American corporate giants, Caterpillar, Motorola and Hewlett-Packard. These companies profit from … Continue reading
by James M. Wall Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders were among the invitees to the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) meeting which this year happened to coincide with the start of Holy Week. I do not know if … Continue reading
by James M. Wall Super Tuesday performed as predicted. Hillary Clinton won six southern states with considerable African-American backing. She narrowly won Massachusetts. Sanders won Vermont, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Colorado. The major message from this particular Super Tuesday is that Donald Trump has emerged as an … Continue reading
by James M. Wall Two weeks before the Iowa caucus, New York magazine’s Frank Rich delivered a campaign analysis for New York magazine under the headline, “Getting serious about Bernie“. Rich admits, “I have never believed — and still don’t — … Continue reading Continue reading
by James M. Wall On October 10, 2010, I gave a talk to a small group at a United Methodist Church in Naperville, IL, a city in the western suburbs of Chicago. In the talk I referenced the film, Grapes … Continue reading
2. and pushed for “a more nuanced and realistic” analysis
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3. Earlier this year, the “critics” screamed loudly when in March, Obama
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“President Barack Obama delivered a stinging response to the latest in a series of Netanyahu diplomatic insults”.
“The President chose Robert Malley (right) as Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf Region.
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5. Pro-Israel media outlets, however, rushed to sound the alarm.
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6. Special Assistant Malley will begin his new assignment April 6.
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7. (note the false allegation “Hamas adviser):
8. Atlas readers are long familiar with this subversive jihad operative.
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9. Malley and Barack Hussein Obama.___
Robert Malley told the NY Times that he had regularly been in contact with Hamas, which is designated a terrorist
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Republican candidates are currently dominating the space and bandwidth of that media
“Let’s hope so, let’s just hope so.__
by James M. Wall It did not take long for a group of opportunistic U.S. Governors to respond to the horrors of the Paris bombings. They did so with racist, religiously bigoted responses against Muslims. Their responses were degrading to … Continue reading
by James M. Wall American right-wing media commentators are trying desperately to gang up on the head of the Catholic Church. A video compilation of some of the venom and hatred which greeted Pope Francis on his first ever Papal trip to the U.S. … Continue reading
by James M. Wall The Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops on Thursday condemned the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) strategy. The bishops spoke the language of the market place. They made no effort to theologically justify their condemnation. Instead, they were … Continue reading