Bill Donohue

President, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights

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President of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights

Bill Donohue on KCRW

President Bush is giving the full head-of-state treatment to  Pope Benedict XVI , a powerful critic of the war in Iraq, not to mention capital punishment and the boycott of Cuba.

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