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Harmless Ad or Propaganda for Evangelical World Domination?

I’d like to thank Betty White and Abe Vigoda for distracting a good portion of the viewing audience last night. Nothing like overt sexism and ageism to sidetrack people from the more insidious message of Focus on the Family. (Oh, … Continue reading

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More on Team Tebow

You can read my original post on the Tebow Superbowl ad here. A few thoughts I’d like to add: ONE, I think Amanda Marcotte at Pandagon pegged it. Focus on the Family set up a win-win – either CBS refuses … Continue reading

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People Unclear on the Concept: Tim & Mama Tebow

Tim Tebow, Florida State quarterback/man-god, will appear in the Superbowl! OK, not really. He and his mother will appear in an advertisement that will debut during the Superbowl paid for by Focus on the Family, everybody’s favorite reactionary right-wing lifestyle … Continue reading

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