The RealClear Brand
The RealClear brand (politics, markets, sports, world, history, books, ad infinitum) of websites have long been a great aggregator location to start exploring what’s going on in the world.
With one exception: RealClearReligion.
One might expect a site named RealClearReligion would exclusively address religious items. Instead, much of the writing is explicitly anti-religious. Look at the screenshot and draw your own conclusions.
Few articles serve as a better example than today’s Family Research Circus which is fundamentally pro-homosexual marriage, pro-secular humanism, and anti-eternal and non-negotiable truths.
Why does this matter? RealClearReligion is fundamentally a misrepresentation.
Additionally, the RealClear brand is 51% owned by Forbes; I expect better things from Forbes.