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Contact NPR Media Chief Anna Christopher: [email protected]********************Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a phone call made today by NPR media relations manager Anna Christopher to Jeff Field, the Catholic League's director of communications: "Earlier today, I wrote a news release calling into question NPR's double standard: Juan Williams gets fired for making an allegedly anti-Muslim remark, but no one has ever gotten fired from NPR for its anti-Catholic fare.I listed several explicit examples, and at the end of the release, I asked those on our e-mail list to contact Anna Christopher.
According to Daisy Khan, who heads the American Society for Muslim Advancement and is married to an imam, polygamy is more common among conservative, less educated immigrants from Africa and Asia. Khan, who does pre-marriage counseling, says she always raises the issue of polygamy with engaged couples.
When Sally joined him, she found he had married someone else in America. “Legally, they’re invisible,” says Julie Dinnerstein, a senior attorney for Sanctuary for Families.
But without legal immigration papers, she didn’t dare come forward and report him to the authorities. S., her husband and his new wife put her in the basement. “If you are the second or third or fourth wife, that marital relationship is not going to be recognized for immigration purposes.
Lehrer sang "The Vatican Rag." Here are some of the lyrics: "Try playing it safer, drink the wine and chew the wafer"; "Two, four, six, eight, time to Trans-substantiate." "Moreover, if Williams merits being fired for expressing reservations about people with Muslim garb boarding a plane, then why was it okay for Dahlia Lithwick of NPR (at the time) to express her reservations about having "too many Catholics" on the Supreme Court? 1, 2005, she exclaimed, "People are very, very much talking about the fact that Alito would be the fifth Catholic on the Supreme Court if confirmed." "Earlier, on Aug.
2, she expressed concerns about the "very, very strong religious views" of Catholic Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas.