Culture and Media Institute

Dark Knight: the Pornography of Violence

The latest Batman movie showcases violence, betrayal and sadism in the name of frivolous entertainment.

Edwards Affair Rules the News Cycle for Three Days

After weeks of ignoring the story, networks can't stop talking about it.

ABC Disparages Pro-Life Pharmacist's Choice to Have Large Family

World News correspondent Gigi Stone slants her story against pharmacies that refuse to fill certain prescriptions on moral grounds.

ABC Article Glamorizes Media Villains, Ignores Price to Society

ABC's Sona Charaipotra hails villains in entertainment as more exciting, interesting, and more real, but ignores the damage Hollywood's obsession with evil can do to children.

NBC Drops the Ball on Teen Sex

The followup special for The Baby Borrowers fails to tackle tough subjects in discussions of teen sexuality and pregnancy.

Post Writer Says 'Gay Plague' Is Fault of 'Homophobia'

Is lung cancer the fault of tobaccophobes?

New York Times Bemoans Killer's Execution

In its zeal to oppose capital punishment, the Gray Lady suggests Texas should bow to 'international law.'

NYT Explores Strategies for Obama to Win Catholic Votes

The Times downplays the candidate's radical pro-abortion record.

Solzhenitsyn: A Prophet Honored in His Own Country, but Not in the U.S. Media

The great writer's commencement address at Harvard in 1978 was a powerful indictment of elitist liberalism.

ABC Tells Story of Faith in Tragedy

Good Morning America explores how religious belief is helping the Steven Curtis Chapman family cope with the death of their daughter.
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