Twenty-eight million Americans woke up to find a DVD about radical Islam in their newspapers recently. Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West was included in 70 papers (including some editions of The New York Times) as an advertisement, but critics contend it was outright propaganda. The DVD showed clips of extremists in Middle Eastern countries chanting choruses of "Death to America." Since then, people who endorsed the film have been edging away—like Howard Gordon, executive producer of 24. The movie is the pet project of the Clarion Fund, a non-profit that has not divulged information about its funding or its board. The Council on American-Islamic Relations has asked the FEC and the IRS to investigate.