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Oh, Those Naughty Broadcasters

NBC pokes its finger in the FCC's eye, and Fox says 'No' to paying fine.

Networks Spurn Clinton-Obama Spat over Character and Values

Reporters are more concerned about Democratic prospects in November than in telling the American people who Clinton and Obama really are.

Hollywood's Holy Week Christophobic Fantasy: Zealot Stones Mother to Death

On NBC's Law & Order, a college student influenced by a radical Christian youth minister murders his mother to save her soul after she commits adultery with a Muslim.

Beyond Bunnies and Jelly Bellies: USA Today Explores True Meaning of Easter

Article challenges popular definition of sin and allows Christians to cite the correct definition.

Does Profanity Reign Supreme?

What Hollywood really wants – and in a cowardly way, is refusing to declare publicly – is the right to bombard your living room, and your children, with obscenities.

FaithShatters: ABC Takes an Ill-Informed Whack at Creationists

During Holy Week, the Nightline series FaithMatters ridicules Biblical literalists.

ABC's Raddatz Recoils from True Political Leadership

Reporter is appalled that Cheney refuses to base Iraq strategy on public opinion polls, as network coverage of the war's fifth anniversary emphasizes costs, ignores benefits.

Scoring Points by Demonizing Falwell

Unlike Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Jerry Falwell was no hater.

Obama Can Run, but He Can't Hide Without Media Help – and They're Helping

The networks gloss over the candidate's failure, in a crucial speech, to explain why he remained in a church that preaches hatred of America.

Keeping 'Pigs' Out of Your Parlor

The Supreme Court will rule on fleeting expletives and broadcast indecency.
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