The Friendly Atheist is a blog that, as the name suggests, purports to be a happy place where nice atheists are all warm and fuzzy and friendly. Utilizing a good cop/bad cop tactic, however, the FA was typically radical leftwing atheism that spent most of its time attacking anything remotely center-right, and all things religious, especially Christianity. While most of the main contributors did so on the slick, in the comments sections atheists were given carte blanche to spew any hate and even violent wishes on religious freaks and conservatives who they clearly hated.
Where Peter Is reminds me of that. It suggests a site dedicated to the importance of the pope in Catholicism. But it doesn't take long to see the ideological leanings of its contributors. Most posts follow a decidedly leftwing template where political liberalism's stereotypes of conservatives can be assumed, but to the left is nothing but beautiful people usually being correct about everything.
It also demonstrates a trend among the 'former Christian conservative' movement we've seen over the last decade. Some contributors claim to be 'former right wing Christens'. Nonetheless, it isn't difficult to see that they have simply taken the problems with fusing the Faith and Right Wing Politics and now apply the same to Left Wing Politics. They're still the same politically partisan Christians, but with an ass on their hats rather than an elephant.
To me that is a big problem with those who tack Left. Conservatives, if they have nothing else going for them, typically admit - even celebrate - their identity as conservatives. Liberalism has forever shrank away from such self-identification. Those on the Left prefer simply being correct about everything and without guile; advocates of truth and fact and nothing else. Therefore the injection of politics into the Faith must always be the fault of those other types who aren't them.
That forthrightness among conservatives, BTW, is why I tend to identify more with conservative Christians, even if I don't always agree. There's something about honesty over duplicity that gets me every time.