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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.

PBS Alum Robert MacNeil Slams 'Fundamentalism' in Kennedy Center Speech

Smearing religious conservatives is not enough for the Washington Post; MacNeil should have attacked America as well.

Newsweek Demonizes Dr. Dobson

Evangelical leader's calm, reasoned letter described as "irate."

The Numbers on Moral Decline

Americans look into their television sets, and are getting a high-definition dose of Hollywood's take on values. Fully 68 percent of Americans in the survey said the media are having a detrimental ...

Sunday, Bloody Sunday

Sabotaging Faith on the Sabbath

Madonna's Dilemma: Survey Shows America in Cultural, Spiritual Confusion

Some 74 percent of Americans believe our nation has suffered a moral decline during the past twenty years, and 64 percent believe the media are a major factor in that decline.

Fox = Family? A New Show Holds Promise

The edgiest entertainment network discovers that family-friendly programming can really work.

The '24' Quandary

There's a difference between action movies, often rated PG-13 or R, in which the viewers drive to the theater and choose the film, and national television, which can often be encountered almost ...

Bozell, Knight Call on Discovery Channel to Drop 'Documentary' on Jesus Tomb

Isn't the Discovery Channel supposed to be non-fiction?

Oscar's Artistic, Foul Mouth

This year's Best Picture nominees were aesthetically excellent, but morally impaired.

Will Miracle Baby Change the Abortion Debate?

Preemie Amillia's survival may force America to rethink those Supreme Court trimesters, if the media will allow the discussion.

The Celebrity Asylum

The best thing you can say about the current celebrity journalism glut is that it's teaching an object lesson in How Not To Live.

Britney Spears, Anna Nicole Smith and those "Sociopathic" Republicans

Liberal celebrities can have their say. But it's also fair to remind Americans just what the limousine liberals are saying, and how the likes of ABC and CNN and other media seem to do all they can ...

The New York Times and the Gospel Truth

The New York Times has been in the forefront of the conservative Christian-bashing, running voluminous pieces that accuse churches of avoiding taxes and warning darkly that the Christian Right is ...

CBS Focuses on Hollywood Money, but No Mention of Hollywood Values

What do Tinseltown activists expect of politicians in return for all that cash?

Walden's Big Idea

Walden Media has taken Hollywood by storm with its commitment to putting great literature on the big screen.

Media Turn Edwards' Shrill Blogger into Political Martyr

Presidential campaign staffer's anti-Christian remarks caused an uproar.

Valentine's Day: Ladies' Mags Tout S-E-X not Love

Women say they want romance.  Women's magazines peddle sex.

Valentine's Day: Have the Ladies' Mags Lost the Love?

Valentine's Day: Women say they want romance. Women's magazines dish out S-E-X.

All the 'Gay' News That's Fit to Print

Homosexual activists knocking a Snickers ad off the air is news, but homosexual activists threatening the life of a political rival isn't?

Why Are Heavyweight Republicans Talking to "Has-Been" Falwell?

Reuters implies the Rev. Jerry Falwell is no longer important, but GOP presidential candidates are beating a path to his door.

Weird Men from Mars and Chevy

This year's Super Bowl ads illustrate the sharp divide in American culture.

ABC Hits Home Run with New Segment on Faith

Woman who refused an abortion and delivered a child conceived through rape is treated with sensitivity.

NBC and the Cancer Vaccine that Isn't

Gardasil is a vaccine against a sexually transmitted disease, not against cancer – the media should start getting the story right.

Friends of God Not Friendly to Evangelicals

Why bother trying to discover who evangelical Christians are, when all you're really doing is reinforcing tired old stereotypes?

Super Bowl Promoters Make Offensive Calls

NFL cracks down on a church, but plays footsie with a racy advertiser.