Consumer Choice vs. Pointless Publicity

This ad campaign doesn't address the most glaring problem with the V-chip – that even if every parent became a technological whiz with the blocking buttons, the broadcast and cable networks do an ...

Jan LaRue Joins CMI's Board of Advisors

Lawyer and commentator will advise, write for MRC's Culture and Media Institute

NBC's Today Show Labels Purity Movement 'Controversial'

Children abstaining from sex until adulthood appears to be an alien concept in certain media circles.

New York Times Movie Reviews: We'll Take Lust over 'Moral Reprimand'

Which movie do you think would get a positive write-up in The New York Times? An inspirational movie about character building, or a comic tribute to lust?

Keeping Pace with the Right Stuff

The usual moral savants in Congress, who like to say it's wrong to say what's right and wrong, quickly passed judgment on Pace.

The View from the Bottom

The girls on The View are unanimous: Homosexuality is not only morally right but probably ought to be encouraged if we want to keep our military strong.

Scientist Calls Global Warming Theories 'Bunk,' Cites Errors of Logic

Just as Galileo and Einstein transcended the consensus of their day, so too will a growing body of scientific evidence eventually vindicate non-alarmist views on global warming, predicts ...

My Homosexual Agenda is Jesus, Bishop Declares

An openly homosexual Episcopal bishop from New Hampshire Wednesday asserted that the 500-year experiment in Anglicanism is being tested right now.

Protestors Wrong on Vietnam Then and on Iraq Now, Group Says

When thousands of people gather in Washington, D.C., on Saturday to protest the war in Iraq, a group of Vietnam veterans hopes to take advantage of what it sees as an unprecedented opportunity to ...

Nightline on Bush in Guatemala: 'Some Say He's Angered the Gods'

On Monday's Nightline, the ABC program continued the media's fascination with the Mayan "spiritual leaders" who protested this week's visit to Guatemala by President Bush.
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