It was a story of craven quislings and dedicated patriots. Here is the Atlas coverage:
I could say that it was “a big year for religion in Houston,” but every year’s a big year for religion in a city that’s home to some of the country’s largest churches, most famous pastors and huge populations of minority faiths.
Still, I looked through the Believe It or Not archives to find the year’s top local religion stories. These five topics were pretty significant and actually all made headlines beyond our area.[...]
4. Pamela Geller’s event with the Sugar Land Tea Party has to move from a Hyatt hotel.
In October, the Sugar Land Tea Party was forced to move an event featuring Pamela Geller, a prominent critic of radical Islam, after Hyatt Place learned of opponents’ plans to protest it. Geller called for a boycott of the Hyatt chain, which later apologized for asking the group to move. The event was held at the Sugar Land Community Center instead, where hundreds of supporters heard her warnings about the increasing Islamization of America.