CAPC Podcast #79 – ISIS, Plagiarism, Kevin Sorbo
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Managing Editor Alan Noble is joined by staff writers Luke Harrington and S.D. Kelly to discuss the horrors of ISIS tactics, a courageous plagiarizer that stole a bunch of CAPC content, and Kevin Sorbo’s belief that Hollywood needs more “moral” movies if it wants to survive.
I enjoyed the show!
RE the situation in Iraq, I agree with your comments about the validity of differing levels of concern.
That said, I did want to add that portraying the ISIS activities as only targeted at religious minorities is sort of misleading. Arguably, more Sunni Muslims are suffering at the hands of ISIS than Christians (let alone Shia Muslims!)
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