During the G20 in Toronto, when Canadian citizens were being arrested, beaten and shot with rubber bulletts, simply for engaging in their democratic right to protest, at Charles McVety’s Christian College, another event was taking place.
With an election on the horizon, Harper’s point man to the Religious Right, was hosting a seminar with none other than Karl Rove, the man who helped to steal two elections for George Bush.
McVety also runs the Canadian chapter of Christians United For Israel, a frightening and Apocalyptic Christian fundamentalist group, that promotes the nuclear annihilation of the Middle East.
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Of course, compliance with ASC rulings is voluntary, so theoretically Sun TV and the other outlets could run the ad again. Luckily, Uncle Ben has taken revenge on our behalf.
They’ve been running that gay/trans-bashing commercial again from McVety and Co. Classy Bunch. Although I suppose it would be more of an issue if anyone was watching the stuff. . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Sun TV: It Doesn’t Get Better
The National Post, Canada’s largest right-leaning national newspaper, has apologised for publishing a transphobic advertisement from the Institute for Canadian Values, headed by anti-gay lobbyist Charles McVety. The ad—which pretends to be written by a doe-eyed, four-year-old girl—is headed by the phrase “Please! Don’t confuse me!” “I’m a girl,” it reads. “Don’t teach me to [...] . . . → Read More: Slap Upside The Head: National Post Apologises for Publishing McVety Ad
Conservatives have a very well defined hierarchy of idiocy. The National Post is about midway down the pack, excelling at Disingenuous, Lacks Moral Clarity and Will Do Anything to Further a Conservative Meme. Not to mention the bottom of the pack for Empathy.
Then you have Sun Media. It’s right there in the basement, . . . → Read More: Another step down the Conservative evolutionary scale. Sun runs homophobic McVety ad. Bonus Shaidle charm offensive. . . . → Read More: Another step down the Conservative evolutionary scale. Sun runs homophobic McVety ad. Bonus Shaidle charm offensive.
Gawd. It’s a horrible thought eh? But when I think about the homophobic porker Charles “Bloater” McVety these days, I can’t help thinking of the Con teabagger Tim “Hoo Hoo” Hudak.Because after reading McVety’s grotesque ad in the National Pos… . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Tim Hudak, The Bloater, and the Dirty Game
I find it not a little humorous that the National Post is back pedalling furiously over their publishing Charles McVety’s repulsive homophobic ad. Even more humorous is the Post’s high-minded explanation of why it published an ad that should never have been published in the first place.
The most humorous though is how . . . → Read More: National Post and free speech . . . → Read More: National Post and free speech
I find it not a little humorous that the National Post is backpedalling furiously over their publishing Charles McVety’s repulsive homophobic ad. Even more humorous is the Post’s high-minded explanation of why it published an ad that should never have … . . . → Read More: National Post and free speech
“… the seemingly squeaky clean but morally corrupt Ralph Reed.” Sarah Posner (1)In the movie Casino Jack, based on the life of Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff, we are introduced to some of the players in the massive corruption scandal, that took do… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: The Canadian Manifesto 5: The Exploitation of Religion
Shorter Charles McVety: “WAAAHHHHHHH!”: An evangelical minister says his television show’s content will now be “pre-screened and censored” after his remarks about homosexuals drew complaints that were investigated by the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council. [...] The Word TV statement released Wednesday also criticized the CBSC’s “heavy hand of censorship” and the way it investigates complaints [...] . . . → Read More: Charles McVety, champion of censorship, free speech martyr (huh?)
In the wake Marci McDonald’s newly released book The Armageddon Factor: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism In Canada, a political firestorm has erupted on Parliament Hill, igniting debate about just who’s influencing the policy decisions made by Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The release of McDonald’s book comes amid the brewing tension of apparent ideological moves made … Continue reading →