It never crossed my mind that I would ever speak or write negatively about the work of a fellow filmmaker. I am sure the makers of The Reader are not deniers. But they are helping those who are.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel called upon the Pope to denounce Holocaust denying Bishop Williamson, but the papers and airwaves were devoid of any statements from any other world leaders.
Pope Benedict is cut from completely different cloth than Pius. It is time for this courageous leader to unequivocally denounce holocaust-denying bishops and morally compromised Popes.
It is outrageous that Pope Benedict did not immediately respond to Bishop Williamson's stalling tactics by reinstating the renegade bishop's excommunication.
Here's some suggested reading material for Bishop Richard Williamson: Auschwitz For Dummies, Bergen-Belsen for Bishops, The Audacity of Pope, Better Late Than Never Again and more.
Pope Benedict must have thought he knew exactly what he was doing when, on 21 January, he lifted the excommunication of four bishops, among them a Hol...
Holocaust denial is a pernicious strain of anti-Semitism, and Pope Benedict's ill-conceived embrace of Bishop Williamson sends a clear message within the Roman Catholic Church.
How is it that the view of some cranky powerless bishop evokes calls of a crisis in Catholic -Jewish relations, despite the revolutionary changes in Church teachings regarding Jews since Vatican II?
According to a highly placed source who can see the Vatican from his front porch, Pope Benedict XVI plans to extend his "big tent" reconciliation reun...
Bishop Williamson finds no "historical evidence" to prove the Holocaust happened, yet he has no trouble believing that God had a son on earth by immaculate conception who returned from the dead.
Leading members of Britain's Jewish community have joined in condemnation of the Pope's decision to lift the excommunication on a bishop who denies th...
Walking home on the Upper East Side on Wednesday night, I saw a cluster of ten policemen and two patrol cars. It seemed quite unusual for a quiet block. "What's going on?" I asked.
Today on "Morning Joe," Joe Scarborough likened Holocaust deniers to...Giuliani deniers? It's an unlikely analogy, but, as Scarborough stated,
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