Scientology has taken to the airwaves in Lafayette, Louisiana, reports The Advertiser.

Scientology’s show airs on Sundays and is called “Solutions.”

A spokesperson for the controversial church says, “We give them a forum to better understand what’s going on in the world around them and offer solutions without encroaching on a given faith.”

Wait a minute.

Didn’t Scientology fight for religious tax-exempt status? So doesn’t that mean that Scientologists have their own distinct faith and doctrines?

Never mind.

This Scientology program is part of the weekly lineup on KPEL Talk Radio, which also features notable commentators such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly.

How do these guys feel about being part of a programming schedule that includes the “Cult of Greed“?

The Scientology show is “one hour of talk, advice and call-in questions.”

But the controversial church’s “advice” certainly didn’t seem to help Lisa McPherson or Greg Bashaw. They both sought the group’s “solutions” for years, but now they’re dead, some say because of Scientology.

But don’t expect to hear any “call-in questions” about that.


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