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PTC: TV Networks Get 'F' for Ratings

New study shows networks fail to warn parents about program content

Blood, Guts, but No (Box-Office) Glory

The message comes across loud and clear. Hollywood wants more – more violence, more gore, more blood. But another message, while a whisper, is just as powerful. Last weekend's box office ...

Hollywood, in a Nutshell

A horror movie director delights in making people sick with on-screen violence, despite the correlation between watching violence and real-life aggression.

The Easter Hit Parade (a summary)

Beginning on February 26, the news and entertainment media have fired a stunning barrage of criticism at religious beliefs, religious practice, and religious symbols. Nothing is too sacred to ...

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 ...

Oscar's Artistic, Foul Mouth

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

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 ...

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.

ABC Goes to Rehab

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