Author Martin Landon

Anne Frank’s Final Entry, and What She Taught the World

Anne Frank’s Final Entry, and What She Taught the World

Seventy-seven years ago today, one of the most influential and widely-read writers of all time was silenced—not by death...

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Nick Schager’s Brand of Clickbait Hate

Media & Ethics

July 28, 2021

Nick Schager’s Brand of Clickbait Hate

It’s an old trick. Entice your reader with a juicy headline that may or may not (usually not) have anything to do with the...

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“To Kill A Mockingbird” Marks Anniversary

“To Kill A Mockingbird” Marks Anniversary

In a way no scholarly treatise or forensic statistical analysis ever could, the book opened the eyes of its audience, particularly...

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It’s Official: Roger Friedman Is a “Hardcore” Bigot

It’s Official: Roger Friedman Is a “Hardcore” Bigot

Roger Friedman, a citizen responsible for the blog Showbiz411, has officially removed his mask and uncovered himself as an...

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The Guardian’s Marina Hyde Spews Baseless Offensive Content

Media & Ethics

May 17, 2021

The Guardian’s Marina Hyde Spews Baseless Offensive Content

Ms. Hyde has a history of incurring legal expenses for her superiors at The Guardian. Sir Elton John sued the publication...

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The Hollywood Reporter: Your Go-To Platform for Antireligious Vitriol

Media & Ethics

April 13, 2021

The Hollywood Reporter: Your Go-To Platform for Antireligious Vitriol

It should come as no surprise, then, that over the years, THR should continue in its founder’s grand tradition of falsehood,...

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The True Meaning of Passover: Celebrating Freedom and Tolerance

Tolerance

April 2, 2021

The True Meaning of Passover: Celebrating Freedom and Tolerance

In this season of Passover, Jews around the world celebrate freedom from bondage, a never-before-or-since historical occurrence...

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The Sun’s Crusade to Eclipse the Truth

Media & Ethics

March 30, 2021

The Sun’s Crusade to Eclipse the Truth

Witness, too, The Sun’s decades-long campaign against ethnic migrants and minorities in general and Muslims in particular....

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The Daily Beast’s Campaign Against Truth and Honest Journalism

Media & Ethics

March 18, 2021

The Daily Beast’s Campaign Against Truth and Honest Journalism

The Daily Beast at first proclaimed its innocence, then temporized with an editorial, then tardily edited out the identifying...

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Black History Month Marks the Anniversary of “The Birth of a Nation”: Hatred Written With Lightning

Combating Bigotry & Hate

February 23, 2021

Black History Month Marks the Anniversary of “The Birth of a Nation”: Hatred Written With Lightning

It was hailed as “the world’s mightiest spectacle,” “the eighth wonder of the world,” and “history written with...

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Want To Know How Scientologists Really Feel? Yahoo’s Taryn Ryder Says: Ask an Anti-Scientologist

Anti-Religious Propaganda

December 17, 2020

Want To Know How Scientologists Really Feel? Yahoo’s Taryn Ryder Says: Ask an Anti-Scientologist

If Yahoo’s Taryn Ryder wants to know where to get the best blueberry pie, she will consult someone with a violent berry...

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Why We Must All Do Something About Anti-Semitism

Combating Bigotry & Hate

November 25, 2020

Why We Must All Do Something About Anti-Semitism

The statistics are disheartening. Hate crimes against Jews are growing at an alarming rate— up 14 percent this past year...

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Family Guy: 20 Years of Pandering to the Worst in Us

Media & Ethics

November 17, 2020

Family Guy: 20 Years of Pandering to the Worst in Us

Within one page of dialogue it managed to trash not only Judaism and Catholicism as faiths, but also their adherents and their...

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Andy Marlette Proves Bigotry Still Has a Platform, Even in 2020

Media & Ethics

September 28, 2020

Andy Marlette Proves Bigotry Still Has a Platform, Even in 2020

It never ceases to amaze me that stupidity and arrogance so often go hand in hand, or in Pensacola News Journal columnist...

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Will the Coming Year Be Sweet or Bitter? It Is Up to Us

Tolerance

September 21, 2020

Will the Coming Year Be Sweet or Bitter? It Is Up to Us

The meaning of the call remains the same, however. The end of a year and the beginning of a new one are a time for reflection,...

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A Bittersweet Anniversary: What Was It With Germany?

Religious Freedom

September 4, 2020

A Bittersweet Anniversary: What Was It With Germany?

Three generations earlier the grandparents of the Germans who affirmed our right to believe had engaged in an attack on a...

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Disney: It’s Time to Pull the Plug on A&E

Disney: It’s Time to Pull the Plug on A&E

The loss in viewership, attributed to A&E’s cancellation of its police show, Live PD, exposed a suppurating inoperable tumor...

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The Creation of Love & Hate

The Creation of Love & Hate

In doing these things He sat in council with Adam. “Lord,” said Adam, “will You not grant us a gift—a miracle that...

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Meghan & Harry Are Fed Up, and So Are We

Media & Ethics

May 11, 2020

Meghan & Harry Are Fed Up, and So Are We

The couple’s public statement is a shot across the bow at a disturbing trend that has become the new normal over recent...

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The Real Deal With Disconnection

Religious Freedom

March 29, 2020

The Real Deal With Disconnection

A friend of mine who lived among the native Inuits of far Northern Canada told me that if a person in the community, through...

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