Matt Philbin

Managing Editor for MRC Culture
Author Articles

Smut Still Sells During Super Bowl

Many big ads in the big game were salacious or juvenile – or both.

Obama Puff Pieces Let Some Embarrassing Truth Through

Meant to endear, Network coverage of Obama Whitehouse sometimes exposes hypocrisy, inconsistencies and extravagance.

NBC: Pro-Life Ad is 'Political,' PETA Ad is Not

Network says it won't accept issue advocacy ads for Super Bowl, but applies different standard for radical animal rights group.

CBS Highlights 'Eco-Warrior' Kids Living 'Green Gospel'

Network celebrates green-indoctrinated nags as little 'future custodians.'

Washington Post Applauds Obama's 'First Actions' on Environment

Report quotes liberal, environmental groups, ignores costs, consequences.

Neil Young's Electric Car Songs Make Some Regret That 'Rust Never Sleeps'

Erratic artist about to test fan loyalty with album about eco-cars.

Neil Young's Electric Car Songs Make Some Regret That 'Rust Never Sleeps'

Erratic artist about to test fan loyalty with an album about eco-cars.

NY Times Columnist Says Saving Banks Will Take another Trillion

Sorkin Tells 'Good Morning America' financials need fixing 'all over again.'

Nationalize Banks? One Investor Says So Be It.

On Fox Business Network, portfolio manager says Obama should nationalize if that's what it takes.

If Hollywood 'Made' Obama, it Also Made Problem Issues

If African-American TV, movie presidents prepared public for Obama, Hollywood's negative influence matters too.

Spike Lee: DC is 'Chocolate City'

Discussing post-racial inauguration, CNN doesn't call Lee on outdated racial term.

Nick's Big Green Hype

Next on Nick: environmental propaganda!

Time's Economic Blame Points in Only One Direction

Magazine says free market, GOP responsible for financial crisis.

Newsweek Gets LGBT Applause for Prop 8 Propaganda

Author talks to gay group about Religious Right reaction to her article presenting the religious case for gay marriage.

New York Times Omits Freddie Mac from Emanuel's Resume

Front page business profile doesn't mention two-year stint with troubled government sponsored enterprise.

Networks Darken 'Black Friday'

Broadcast journalists marginalize increased turnout, spending; focus on downbeat angles of holiday shopping.

Networks Start Cheerleading for 'New-New Deal'

Evening news shows have no room for skepticism when there's an economy to nationalize.

'Nightline' Shuns Balance While Blasting CEOs.

ABC's Brian Ross doesn't let fairness get in the way of good have vs. have-not story.

Network Shows May Add Global Warming Propaganda

Systematic green indoctrination ready for primetime, and that's O.K. with Reuters.

Washington Post Columnist Calls for 'Big Honking' Gas Tax

Allan Sloan calls a massive federal tax a 'market' solution to energy concerns.