The Enfield Library has a monthly non-fiction book group. One month in 2010 they read "Letter to a Christian Nation," by Sam Harris. Sam Harris is a neuro-scientist who is also an atheist. In this book, Mr. Harris refutes beliefs that form the core of fundamentalist Christianity. He has written extensively about his belief that God does not exist.
Without getting into any debate over believers vs. nonbelievers or religion in general, my point is that this is a highly controversial subject, that was not followed up with an opposing viewpoint. In fact, I would argue this subject matter is more inflammable than Michael Moore.
Why was there no opposition to the library offering this book for the public to read at its monthly book discussion meeting? No one went to a Town Council meeting to oppose the library offering it in its book series.