Among those are Paul Graham's and he series of articles on this site: http://www.geocities...izer/oopbad.htm (I haven't read all, since I don't have much time).
Maybe instead of writing an article about why OOP kills baby seals, the guy should have read an article about web page design.
Anyway, common sense says that a programmer who rejects OOP on principle is just as silly as one who won't consider using anything but OOP. There are problems that quite obviously benefit from the use of OOP while there are others that just as obviously benefit from the use of other paradigms. One doesn't have to waft through a dozen pages of diatribe to understand that.