James Dobson has officially stepped down as chair of Focus on the Family. However, Dobson won’t be out of the public eye nor will the global evangelical media empire’s chief, Jim Daly.
Once is an anomaly, but twice is a trend. But what is funny about this trend of anti-choicers crying censorship is how ridiculous the whining sounds from them. This is the religious right. They love censorship!
New reports of advertising by Focus on the Family during the NCAA basketball tournaments in March on CBS raise troubling questions about involvement by both the collegiate sports association and the network’s support for a right-wing extremist group.
Read the OpEd piece by Sunsara Taylor and alum Janai Garfinkel that Washington Square News editor called "offensive" and overturned the decision to publish last week.
Lost in the chaos of recent political debates was an unexpected and unreported schism in the hard core anti-choice movement fueling the state "personhood" ballot drives.
Did Focus on the Family tease the mainstream media with a Tebow tale that was mostly fantasy?
Focus on the Family ad a snoozer and a game of “who’s racist?” It’s the Monday morning roundup!
Focus on the Family CEO says their ad contains "a bit of humor." Can you even imagine the backlash from a humerous pro-choice ad? The words unfeeling, cruel, soulless, and baby haters come to mind.
Apparently one SuperBowl ad wasn’t enough. Focus on the Family actually bought air time for two ads, with the second ad to air multiple times during the pregame show.
For those of you wondering why CBS reversed its longstanding anti-advocacy ad policy in the blink of a network eye, the answer may lie in declining ad revenues, deep staff cuts, and the search of an economic savior.