Founder and President of the Parents Television Council, L. Brent Bozell III leads the only Hollywood-based organization dedicated to restoring responsibility to the entertainment industry. The PTC at http://www.parentstv.org features the Family Guide to Prime Time Television which aids parents in making informed viewing decisions for their children. Mr. Bozell is a nationally syndicated writer whose work appears in publications such as Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Post, The L.A. Times and National Review. Below is a collection of 1999 Entertainment columns.
Hefner's the Man, Unfortunately
1999: The Cultural Tug of War
Stars' Reflections are Y2 Crazy
Is 'Moesha' Not Black Enough?
'Dogma,' 'Messenger' Fail the Faith
Again, Rage Tilts at Windmills
Comedy Central's Idea of Comedy
'Ally McBeal' No Ally of Morality
'Fight Club': A Shock to the System
Dissenting From TV's Sexual Descent
Again, Faith Flogged in Prime Time
Why Fund the Champions of Dung?
The Word Under the Street: Fox
Coming Soon: More Must-Flee TV
In the Stars, Or Only Make Believe?
TV Sees Trees, Misses Forest
A Step Toward Family Values?
A Wake-Up Call
Parents Should Nix Teen Flicks
Hard Choices, Right Choices
Reticence: Going, Going, Gone?
The TV Industry's Blind Spots
TV Sex at the Boiling Point?
'Law & Order,' 'Homicide' Star Starr
George Carlin: Rage Against the Light
'The '60s': Neither Groovy Nor Accurate
Stern: Where's the Outrage?
Kazan's Oscar: Not Too Late
WB: The Very Model of a Modern Network?
Lawyers, L.A. and Elsewhere