Newsweek

Let's Talk About Sex

Newsweek provides great tips for parents on how to talk to young teens about sex but needs to emphasize parental monitoring of teens' entertainment choices.

Jesse Helms and Mangled Manners

Leftwingers in the news media and the blogosphere embarrassed themselves with meanspirited slurs directed at the fallen American patriot.

Newsweek: Anti-Drilling Obama 'More in Touch with Voters' on Energy

Fineman cites poll findings: Obama ahead of McCain by 14 percent on 'energy,' but other polls show a majority of Americans favor drilling offshore and in ANWR.

Sex and the Skittish

Newsweek seems to lament how the movie isn't outrageous enough. The headline is Girls Gone Mild.

Stars and Stripes, Newsweek Tut-Tut Concerns about Porn on Military Bases

The big newsweekly suggests Congressman's motive for proposing a ban is re-election, not the welfare of the troops.

Fineman: 'Just Like the Dollar is Weak, American Media is Weak'

Newsweek senior Washington correspondent notes globalization of press has led to a weaker American mainstream media.

Newsweek's Clift Shows Eco-Elitism on McCain Gas Tax Holiday Proposal

Columnist tells MSNBC's Joe Scarborough gas tax holiday is a bad idea because it 'abandons environmental consciousness.'

ElectionWatch: Newsweek Devotes 18 Pages to Fawning over 'Green,' Including Candidates' Credentials

Newsweek praises Obama's 'thrilling' speechmaking, looks for the 'greenest candidate' for president and spews tons of global warming alarmism.

What They Like

If you are the parent of a kid who plays video games, this site's for you.

Soldiers 'Experiencing God' a Problem for Newsweek

The Beliefwatch column suggests we can't have thousands of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan reading a Christian devotional book, lest people think the government favors a certain religion.
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