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HBO: Vicious to Christians, Silent on Muslims

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

HBO is running a dark little miniseries called "The New Pope," which is basically a reboot of "The Young Pope." Both are scabrously anti-Catholic. Imagine the possibilities of Bill Maher's channel going off in a different direction with a mischievous miniseries called "The New Ayatollah." Instead of uncorking wild and crazy conspiracy theories in Vatican City, it could be based in Tehran. Iran's highest religious authorities could be shown to be corrupted by power and addicted to sex. Hollywood celebrities could drop by to demand a Quran upgrade. Somehow, the Christians are always caricatured, and the Muslims are never touched. So how brave are these godless showrunners?

First Multi-Season Series about the Story of Jesus Nears $4.5 Million Goal

The Chosen—the very first multi-season series about the life of Jesus, is directed by Dallas Jenkins, and has passed $4 million in crowdfunding, with less than $500,000 needed to begin prodution. Here's how you can learn more about the movie and how you can help put the story of Jesus on TV.

Save the Storks Responds to Vicious Attack from HBO's John Oliver

On April 8, 2018, John Oliver—host of HBO's Last Week Tonight—aired an episode entitled "Crisis Pregnancy Centers" viciously attacking innovative pro-life organization Save the Storks. Now Save the Storks has responded with a powerful Facebook video that will change the debate and the lives of all who see it, and you can get a sneak preview through the link in this article.

The Hollywood Hit-Job on Justice Clarence Thomas

Stuart Taylor Jr., Wall Street Journal

Despite a surface appearance of fairness, “Confirmation” makes clear how it wants the hearings to be remembered: Ms. Hill told the whole truth and Mr. Thomas was thus a desperate, if compelling, liar. Her supporters were noble; his Republican backers were scheming character assassins.