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Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Bill O’Reilly

The Bryan Fischer award is given to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of displaying their own worst traits. It could just as easily be called the Bill O’Reilly Award given his penchant for psychological projection. Take a look at this statement from a recent show: Read more

Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Matt Barber

The Bryan Fischer award is given to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of their own worst sins. I’m pretty sure Matt Barber has won this one before but he deserves it again for this column explaining why he calls gay rights activists “homofascists.” Read more

Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Dan Gainor

The Bryan Fischer Award is given to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of their own worst deeds. Since this is an almost ubiquitous behavior from the Christian right, it isn’t hard to find examples. Dan Gainor of the Media Research Center displays it in his response to Bill Maher saying that the God of the Bible is a “psychotic mass murderer.” Read more

Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Joseph Farah

The Bryan Fischer award is given to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of displaying their own worst traits. But rarely does someone engage in such behavior quite as blatantly as Joseph Farah of the Worldnetdaily, who accuses Joe Conason of being an “activist working undercover as a journalist.” The whole thing began when a news site accidentally sent out a Farah column under Conason’s byline. Read more

Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Sarah Palin

The Bryan Fischer award is given to those who display a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of displaying their own worst traits. Here’s Sarah Palin in an interview with Newsbusters talking about the Martin Bashir situation: Read more