Max Blumenthal

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Crouch Time

Throughout his three-decade-long career as founder and president of the world's largest religious broadcasting company, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Paul Crouch has earned a reputation for preaching about the wrath of God, even delivering holy death threats to his critics, as he did in 1991 when he told them, "To hell with you! Get out of the way! I say get out of God's way! Quit blocking God's bridges or God's going to shoot you if I don't."

White Noise

It's hard to fathom that a small journal like the Occidental
Quarterly
, which publishes articles defending
the science of eugenics, claiming
that "neoconservatism is indeed a Jewish intellectual
and political movement," contending that Abraham
Lincoln was
a white supremacist pressured into "an unnecessary
war," and saying that the United States made a grave
error in declaring war on Nazi Germany, could have had

Nader's Dubious Raiders

After four decades of tireless crusading for
consumer's rights and against corporate influence over
government, Ralph Nader has developed an unblemished
luster of integrity. However, as Nader forges ahead
with his long-shot, independent presidential candidacy
in an especially heated election season, he appears to
be shedding the conviction that has formed the core of
his politics for so long in favor of political
expediency.

Nader's Dubious Raiders

After four decades of tireless crusading for
consumer's rights and against corporate influence over
government, Ralph Nader has developed an unblemished
luster of integrity. However, as Nader forges ahead
with his long-shot, independent presidential candidacy
in an especially heated election season, he appears to
be shedding the conviction that has formed the core of
his politics for so long in favor of political
expediency.

Immigration Conflagration

People either love Tom Tancredo, the Republican representative from Colorado's 6th District (home of Columbine High School), or they hate him. But they all agree on one thing: He is a man of character. Indeed, he has defined his political career by his principled stand on immigration. In September 2002, after reading a glowing Denver Post profile of an 18-year-old undocumented immigrant honor student, he reported the student's family to the Immigration and Naturalization Service, forcing the family to go into hiding.

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