As several sites have reported now, abortion-rights radicals NARAL tweeted a rant during a Doritos Super Bowl ad. The objection demonstrates just how murderous the abortionists really are, and just how sensitive they are to the truth getting out to the public. Before I continue explaining, however, avail yourself to the opportunity to witness the […]
One of the more interesting phenomena to arise in televised sports is the fact that many people tune in to the Super Bowl not so much to watch the game, but to watch the ads. The commercials that air during the game – many for the very first time – generate almost as much hype and interest as the action on the field. This year’s game, Super Bowl XLIV, was the most watched program in television history, besting the 27-year old record held by the final episode of M*A*S*H. This is a remarkable accomplishment, especially considering that viewers in 2010 have many more programming options available to them than did viewers in 1983. The Super Bowl is much more than a championship football game, it has become a cultural event. Because of this, Super Bowl ads are often very good indicators of where American culture is as a whole.
Richard Dawkins labeled Tim Tebow as illogical, blaming his supposed inability to think on his homeschooling. Joel McDurmond responds by showing the illogical fallacy of this statement, and then by listing all the historical greats who were homeschooled, showing how homeschoolers are anything but stupid.
Just one commercial shown during the super bowl was reviewed by Richard Dawkins. This ad told the story of Tim Tebow’s mother’s choice to spare his life—not going through with her original intent to abort! Hear what Joel McDurmon thinks of Dawkins’ evaluation of Christians, pro-life activists, and homeschoolers in this episode of The Gary DeMar Show.