Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Tonight at 7 pm EST, DefCon Co-Director Clark Stevens will appear on CNBC News' ‘On The Money' to talk about the religious right's violent video game "Left Behind: Eternal Forces." Clark will be debating Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice - an organization founded by Pat Robertson. Tune in to watch him!

The San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, and The Boston Globe have all written about our campaign already, and more are writing stories every day. All this great news coverage wouldn't have been possible without the 26,420 DefCon Defenders who took action. If you haven't taken action yet, please take a moment now to send Wal-Mart a message about the religious right's violent video game.

"Left Behind: Eternal Forces" features born-again Christians who convert or kill those who don't adhere to their extreme ideology. Despite the violent, intolerant message being marketed to children, Wal-Mart, the nation's #1 video game retailer, is selling the "Left Behind: Eternal Forces" video game - just in time for the holidays! Make sure to take action now -- and tune in to see Clark debate the religious right at 7pm EST on CNBC.


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