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NY Times Movie Reviewer Ignores Evidence about Effects of Media Violence

Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in ...

'Soft Porn' in the Sunday Washington Post

Under the guise of promoting feminist art, the Arts section of the April 22 Washington Post featured four images of nude or partially nude women and suggested that pornography is aesthetic.

Why Abstinence Education 'Fails'

The authorities charged with implementing the abstinence-only curriculum don't like it, don't believe in it, and have done everything in their power to ensure that it should fail.

Drop the Scare Quotes – Call It Partial-Birth Abortion

The next time you hear a reporter use the term so-called 'partial birth abortion,' or the procedure that opponents call 'partial birth abortion,' keep in mind that he's making an editorial comment ...

Not with My Kid: Opting Out of Virginia's Mandated 'Cancer' Vaccine

If lawmakers really want to fight cancer with HPV vaccinations, they would mandate it for older girls, not pre-teens going into sixth grade.

Media Fret About Abortion Restriction

The liberal media were wringing their hands in anguish about the loss of abortion rights as they reported the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision Wednesday upholding a ban on partial-birth abortions.

What a Difference a Judge Makes

The magnitude of who gets to appoint the next justice to the United States Supreme Court is supremely illustrated by the Court's ruling today upholding the congressional ban on partial birth abortion.

PTC: TV Networks Get 'F' for Ratings

New study shows networks fail to warn parents about program content

Liberal Media Use Flawed Study to Attack Abstinence-Only Education

For every study that disparages the abstinence approach, there are many others that point to its success and suggest that effective, long-term programs should be given more funding—not less.

Blood, Guts, but No (Box-Office) Glory

The message comes across loud and clear. Hollywood wants more – more violence, more gore, more blood. But another message, while a whisper, is just as powerful. Last weekend's box office ...
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