Friday, May 15, 2009

The newspaper The New York Times was accused of promoting atheism.

American television and radioveduschy Henniti Sean (Sean Hannity) suspected the newspaper The New York Times in the promotion of atheism. In April, the newspaper published an article on the front of the growing popularity of atheism in the United States, and it has a conservative commentators excuse to blame the liberal media in the conduct of "war against religion." Writing on this theme release transfer Hannity is presented on the website of TV Fox News.
In his broadcast television Henniti talked to a journalist and writer Bernie Goldberg (Bernie Goldberg), whose latest book hit the bestseller list of The New York Times. Goldberg believes that the article itself is about atheists, published in the newspaper for the April 27, is a normal product of journalism, but its placement on the first lane indicates the position of the publication.
Henniti and Goldberg agreed that the merger is happening in the U.S. political liberalism with the atheistic mood (which, as noted by Goldberg as "fashionable in places like Manhattan") and expressed dissatisfaction about the statement Barack Obama that America is no longer a Judeo-Christian civilization. It was noted that the press belongs to believers and arrogantly prejudiced, and Henniti, summarizing the interview, said that "journalism is dead in America."

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