media bigotry

Do You Have an Obligation To Protect All Our Freedoms?
Don’t be an accomplice. At the very least, step away. Even better, write a letter. Tell the editor what the freedoms above mean to you.
Reflecting on a Decade Writing About My Religion
Ten years ago, I was a new daddy. With a year-old daughter and my wife and I expecting our second, I was simultaneously in love with this new job of “dad” and utterly fascinated by how this parenting experience was shifting my own understanding of my religion. See, Scientology as a subject is all about helping people improve conditions they face in life, and who’s got more problems than a new parent? I had first shared own my faith online back in 1996 when I made my first webpage, so sharing my family experience seemed a natural extension.
Setting High-Schoolers Straight on Scientology
I never heard about Scientology when I was in high school. Most likely because news didn’t travel so fast back when I was a teenager. I didn’t have a cell phone or a personal computer with which I could freely jump onto the communication lines of the world and pull information from whatever sources were out there. I was more of an outdoorsy kind of guy and didn’t watch a whole lot of TV, but I definitely listened to the radio.
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, hypocrisy and the incitement of hate. THR’s current scandal involves its naked bigotry of anything or anyone having anything to do with the Church of Scientology.
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee
Ever seen a news story of how crazy everything is “over there” and then you go “over there” or actually look into it and its absolutely not what the news was saying?
Washington Post Editors Give Platform to Anti-Scientology Hate Speech
The Washington Post’s failure to abide by its own published standards is a disservice to every honest journalist seeking to inform and empower the public with truth.
White Supremacy: Alive and Well in Hollywood
You’ll find modern versions of these supremacists in the audiences of the likes of Jerry Springer, Tosh.0, South Park, Samantha Bee, Bill Maher, SNL and nearly every Comedy Central show.
Mutual Respect Amongst People of Faith Brings Strength & Unity
The irony I found in reading your passionate, well-written article is that the frustration and sense of fundamental unfairness you feel at having your religion attacked by the mainstream media is exactly what it feels like to be a Scientologist.