|The Oslo and Utoya killer Anders Breivik leaving a courthouse on Monday.|
"As Horrors Emerge, Norway charges Christian Extremist."
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly naturally asks:
But why would the Times brand Breivik as a Christian?
And goes on:
The killer is not attached to any church, has no history of Christian activity, has openly criticized the Protestant philosophy, and has committed acts counter to all Christian teaching.
Defenders of the headline point to a Norwegian police officer describing Breivik as a Christian and the maniac's desire to be a member of the "Knights of Templar," a medieval society that avenged anti-Christian behavior.
Perhaps The New York Times might watch out for the Knights.
O'Reilly also opines about the liberal press' agenda:
The left well understands that Christian opposition to things like abortion, gay marriage, and drug legalization makes those liberal causes more difficult to achieve.
Read the full column at Ventura County Star.
The column also appeared in today's print edition of Marquette's Mining Journal, which is how I came across it.