Now why would conservative websites refuse ads for Hoffman's Usery in Christendom?
They don't want it publicized.
Why don't they want it publicized?
It's message is a threat to their well-being.
Even 'conservatives' in the Catholic Church?
Yes. They are, as a whole, happy this guy is the new pope, after all.
Latest bans on Michael Hoffman and his Usury book
Advertisement banned by The American Conservative magazine
Advertisements for Michael Hoffman's book Usury in Christendom: The Mortal Sin that Was and Now is Not are banned from the pages ofThe American Conservative magazine, a publication affiliated with Patick J. Buchanan. Advertising director Ronald Burr informed Independent History and Research on May 15 that The American Conservative will not accept an ad for the book. No reason was given. (1710 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20036. Tel. 202-955-3600. email@example.com)
Another invited lecturer at the ISOC Catholic Social Teaching conference will be John McManus, President of the John Birch Society, which has banned ads for Hoffman's book Judaism's Strange Gods from its "New American" website.
Barring a miracle of God, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to expand our readership and support base when blacklisted by organizations like the preceding, which purport to be daring alternatives to the corruption and gate-keeper censorship function of the neocon-dominated media. When even the "alternative" Catholic and paleo-conservative organizations ban us, we are confined to the outer reaches of obscurity and marginality, imperiling the very existence of our Truth Mission.