Readers!
 

The final week of my annual February birthday month fund-raising campaign for Behind the Black has begun. I continue to be overwhelmed by the outpouring of support, including numerous donations and a surge of new subscribers willing to commit to donating anywhere from $2 to $25 per month. Wow! The numbers are too many to send out individual thank you’s, so please forgive me for thanking you all with this one announcement.

 

The campaign however must go on, especially because I have added more regular features to my daily workload. In addition to my daily never-ending reporting on space exploration and science, my regular launch reports, my monthly sunspot updates, the regular cool images, and the evening pauses I post each evening, I have now added a daily weekday post I have entitled "Today's blacklisted American." Its goal is not to discuss policy or politics, but to note the endless examples occurring across the United States where some jack-booted thug or thugs think it is proper and acceptable to censor, blackball, cancel, and destroy an innocent American, merely because that American has expressed or holds an opinion or is of a race or religion that is no longer considered acceptable to the dominant leftist and bigoted culture. I want to make clear to every American that a large number of your fellow citizens no longer believe in the enlightened concept of freedom of speech or the idea of treating each person by the quality of their character.

 

Instead, they wish to shut you up, and oppress you if you happen to disagree with them or have the wrong skin color. This evil must be exposed.

 

To continue to do this into the foreseeable future however I need your support. If you are one of those millions who read Behind the Black each month, please consider donating or subscribing. Regular readers can support Behind The Black with a contribution via paypal:

Or with a subscription with regular donations from your Paypal or credit card account:


 

If Paypal doesn't work for you, you can support Behind The Black directly by sending your donation by check, payable to Robert Zimmerman, to
 
Behind The Black
c/o Robert Zimmerman
P.O.Box 1262
Cortaro, AZ 85652


Is Tim Tebow being blackballed because of his religious beliefs?

Is Tim Tebow being blackballed because of his religious beliefs?

Pioneer cover

From the press release: From the moment he is handed a possibility of making the first alien contact, Saunders Maxwell decides he will do it, even if doing so takes him through hell and back.

 
Unfortunately, that is exactly where that journey takes him.

 
The vision that Zimmerman paints of vibrant human colonies on the Moon, Mars, the asteroids, and beyond, indomitably fighting the harsh lifeless environment of space to build new societies, captures perfectly the emerging space race we see today.


He also captures in Pioneer the heart of the human spirit, willing to push forward no matter the odds, no matter the cost. It is that spirit that will make the exploration of the heavens possible, forever, into the never-ending future.

 
Available everywhere for $3.99 (before discount) at amazon, Barnes & Noble, all ebook vendors, or direct from the ebook publisher, ebookit.
 

7 comments

  • Pzatchok

    I think he was ridiculed by the press, both sports and main stream, just because of his religion. Mainly by the MSM.

    His religion always took center stage instead of his sports ability.
    It got to the point other player felt safe attaching him because they knew the press would never vilify them for it. Not like if they made fun of a gay man for coming out. For that they would have been sent to jail. But because it was about his religion it was all snickered about and made a joke of eventually.

    Quite frankly I think Pittsburgh should give him a chance. They need someone and they have the owner and office that could handle the controversy well. Roethlisberger certainly gave them enough. They need someone to either build around or learn their old system and he can do it.
    Plus its a big religious town who would accept him well.

    I can’t believe I said that. I hate the Steelers. But I do think he would fit in well.

  • D. K. Williams

    Carolina would be a possibility as he could back-up Cam Newton who sometimes runs the read-option. However, as much as I admire Tim Tebow, I have to admit he’s wildly inconsistent as a passer. His game is better suited to Arena football or perhaps the Canadian game. The NFL hates controversy, but they love money even more. If a team thinks Tebow can help them win, they would hire him. If Tebow is determined to play in the NFL again, he should state his willingness to try out as a tight end.

  • Publius 2

    I’m imagining the MSM response had GW Bush called Tebow to express support for his expression of his Christianity. Would they have provided coverage similar to the 2,300 articles/broadcast spots and mentions of Obama calling Jason Collins to support his decision to reveal his homosexuality? We can gauge the maturity and objectivity of the media when both such stories are treated with equal enthusiasm or restraint. As of now, these conditions don’t exist. In fact, conditions are worse than in the Soviet Union, when the state controlled all media outlets. Here, with Freedom of the Press guaranteed by the First Amendment, this bunch has surrendered its objectivity and quest for the truth in favor of … what?

  • lino

    Anyone defending Tebow’s football skills as a passer has obviously not watched the guy play. If you think the press is driving him out of football, watch him play. Don’t rule out the possibility that the press is reporting the fact that he is a lousy player. He may be a religiously driven lousy player, but that doesn’t change his performance level. No team that wants to win will take (or keep) this guy as a QB.

  • Pzatchok

    He sucked so bad he got his teem into the payoffs.

    Terrible, just terrible.

  • lino

    Denver had such a good team that they did pretty well despite him. I watched him play. He’s not being kept off of teams because of his beliefs.

  • Lino

    Michael Vick was hated by the press and the public. He played plenty. Teams are too selfish to let anything but results drive their player choices.

Readers: the rules for commenting!

 

No registration is required. I welcome all opinions, even those that strongly criticize my commentary.

 

However, name-calling and obscenities will not be tolerated. First time offenders who are new to the site will be warned. Second time offenders or first time offenders who have been here awhile will be suspended for a week. After that, I will ban you. Period.

 

Note also that first time commenters as well as any comment with more than one link will be placed in moderation for my approval. Be patient, I will get to it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *