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Making light of divorce doesn't sit well during a holiday celebrating the family.

ABC News's leading lady is using Thomas Beatie to persuade Americans to accept nontraditional families.

Two days after California voters upheld man-woman marriage by voting for Prop. 8, the media stopped reporting the facts and started beating its civil rights drum.

Some pundits claim the political battles over moral values are effectively at an end. They're kidding themselves.

David Waters accuses the Christian ministry of fear-mongering in a letter warning of the possible consequences of electing Obama.

Seven days before America elects a new leadership team, Newsweek is making a last-ditch attempt to portray GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin as a religious nut.

In her article "Jesus and Witches," Newsweek Religion Editor Lisa Miller suggests Palin believes in witchcraft, thinks the world is coming to a fiery end in her lifetime, and may have a "special sense of destiny" fueled by her "apocalyptic theology" and Alaskan "Last Frontier identity." Miller even hints Palin may be anti-Semitic.


ABC, NBC and CBS news shows ran 69 stories about the GOP vice-presidential nominee in two weeks. Only 2 stories were positive.

Rather than investigate the candidate's relationship with William Ayers, establishment media are just repeating the campaign's talking points.

NY Times Subscription BoothYou won't believe it unless you see it with your own eyes.

On September 28, The New York Times sponsored a booth selling subscriptions at the Folsom Street Fair - the largest, raunchiest, most outrageous celebration of deviant sexual behavior in San Francisco, and quite possibly the world - but the Times refused to report on the event.

The Gray Lady averted her editorial eyes, but hawked the newspaper at a massive outdoor event featuring public nudity, sex acts, bondage and whipping in San Francisco public streets.


Three breaking stories expose the developing cult of personality in America, and the harm being inflicted on our culture by the media.

The GOP presidential nominee is manipulating public opinion, the Democratic nominee is a victim. But is it really vice versa?

The liberal media's all-out assault on the faith and character of the GOP vice presidential nominee comes at a steep price: credibility.

Huffington Post suggests that applying Christian values to public policy is inappropriate.

Doesn't the Associated Press have any religion reporters familiar with evangelical culture and theology?

Since GOP presidential candidate John McCain announced Alaska's governor would be his running mate, the dirt-diggers have been working around the clock.

Rarely do the media put their institutional political bias on public display, but this past weekend, America's news industry titans left no doubt that they're fully behind one of the nation's most radical cultural and political movements. 

ABC, AP, CBS, CNN, Fox, NBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the corporate owners of USA Today, the Miami Herald, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Sacramento Bee, The Dallas Morning News and many other newspapers, all spent thousands of dollars sponsoring the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association convention in Washington, D.C.  Many journalists from these Big Media mainstays attended or spoke at the convention. 

In the name of "diversity," all the organizations listed above ran recruiting booths, as did NPR.  Thus, the nation's major news providers demonstrated that they have bought into the central proposition of homosexual activists: that people engaging in homosexuality or bisexuality, along with transsexuals, are a historically oppressed minority group deserving the same preferential treatment and legal protections that society provides to ethnic minorities and women.


The news media loudly proclaimed its support for the homosexual activist agenda at the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association convention in Washington, D.C.

Washington Post editor, defrocked minister urge homosexual reporters to ignore conservative Christian leaders like Pat Robertson and James Dobson.

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

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