Culture and Media Institute

Character the Most Important Issue in the Presidential Primary Debates: Executive Summary

Reporters threw more softballs to Democrats overall but more hardballs at Democrats on honesty

ABC: Courts, not Chromosomes, Now Define Sex

Barbara Walters ignores biology while insisting the pregnant man is truly a man. After all, the state of Oregon says so.

Barbara Walters Uses Pregnant 'Man' to Redefine Sexes, Family

In her quest to revise America's understanding of man and woman, the veteran ABC news celebrity covers up the essential fact: Thomas Beatie is, in reality, a woman.

Washington Post Quotes Liberal Catholic Saying U.S. Bishops Hold Minority View on Abortion

Note to WaPo: religions don't base moral teachings on opinion polls.

Matthews on Palin Seeking God's Okay: 'A Lot of Our Enemies Talk Like That'

MSNBC Hardball host suggests that politicians should not openly say they're looking for God's guidance in America's secular environment.

Sex and Aggression: The Media Impact on Children

CMI Senior Writer Kristen Fyfe reports on two profoundly important studies that link childrens media consumption to teen pregnancy and hostile behavior.

Boston Legal's Balanced Look at Abortion

Last night's episode featured arguments in favor of abortion but also acknowledged the longterm damage done to women and men alike.

Apostles of Atheism

How the broadcast and print media helped spread the Gospel of Godlessness in 2007

Apostles of Atheism: Executive Summary

How the broadcast and print media helped spread the Gospel of Godlessness in 2007.

A Study in Character Assassination: How the TV Networks Have Portrayed Sarah Palin as Dunce or Demon

An analysis of two weeks of coverage of the GOP vice presidential nominee reveals unremitting hostility from the network news.
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