For a variety of reasons, churches are losing millennials in their pews. ABC’s Last Man Standing addresses this issue, with a great solution. On Friday’s episode, “Take Me to Church,” Mike and Vanessa Baxter discuss how they can make church more engaging as Mike finds the service boring. Vanessa brings up the fact that she misses their daughters attending.
With all the social issues plaguing our newsfeeds, abortion remains at the forefront. For the second time this season, NBC’s Superstore tackles the subject. On Thursday’s episode, “Wellness Fair,” a false rumor is spread around the staff that fellow store employee Sandra is pregnant and is debating getting an abortion.
It’s well known that our new president, Donald J. Trump, has been the center of the media’s negative attention. The producers at ABC’s Match Game made sure his image remains tarnished by, for the second time this season, painting him in a negative light.
It's no secret Hollywood despises conservative presidents. On NBC's Timeless, they go so far as to imply President Ronald Reagan is part of the show's fictional evil organization, Rittenhouse. This is the second Republican President the show has said was a member of this corrupt cabal.
FOX's Family Guy takes a dramatic stance on GMOs debate on Sunday’s episode, “The Finer Strings.” Meg is in a school talent show and her group decides to write a rap to show their disdain for the company Monsanto and their genetically modified food products.
Without question, Donald Trump has been portrayed on virtually every media outlet for the past two years, mostly in bad taste. The trend continues on FOX’s The Simpsons.
It’s not every day that we can get some good ole bashing against the lefties: Enter ABC’s Last Man Standing. On Friday’s episode, “The Friendly Library,” Mike Baxter takes a couple swings at the left, leading off with Obama.
It’s been three months since the election, and liberals still can’t accept they’ve lost. And thanks to NBC’s new comedy Powerless, we’re reminded the results just aren't fair. Their freshman comedy Powerless portrays average people living in a world of super heroes. The employees at Wayne Security invent products meant to help the inhabitants survive collateral damage from their battles.
Another week, another bogus attempt by the Hollywood lefties to bash Americans. This time, NBC’s Blindspot makes a military contractor out to be the bad guy, trying to force the U.S. into a war for profit.
CBS’s Kevin Can Wait broke away from the typical Hollywood agenda of bashing of Catholics by delivering a superb message confirming God’s existence. On Monday’s episode, “Unholy War,” Kevin is filling in for a Catechism class. A student asks, “Is God real?” Kevin gives a bogus answer about praying for the Mets, resulting in their 1986 World Series victory.
Well, nowadays it's just a matter of time before you're in hot water for something you say to someone. NBC’s Superstore exemplifies how relationships in the workplace can be almost impossible thanks to vague sexual harassment policies.
While the rest of the world is concerned with ISIS, Hollywood enjoys portraying domestic terrorism as a major threat to our security. This trend continues with NBC’s Blindspot in making U.S. citizens, including a veteran, the bad guys.
Sunday night, FOX aired the 2017 Miss Universe pageant and a new winner was crowned. Thankfully, host Steve Harvey made the right call by announcing Miss France.
The CW’s Frequency had quite the storyline in its freshman (potentially final) season about a Catholic serial killer who wraps his victims in Rosary beads, all in the name of Christianity.
The CBS Man With a Plan episode appropriately titled "The Talk" made the birds and the bees a little more liberal than the traditional way parents put it for their children, adding only shock and confusion.
ABC’s Last Man Standing has certainly breathed some life into Hollywood’s bashing of Democrats. They continue by bashing how they like to solve problems: just throw money at it.
In honor of inauguration week, Match Game decided to throw out a question about President-elect Donald J. Trump. Liberal host Alec Baldwin, who portrays Trump on Saturday Night Live, gave the prompt: “Donald Trump is starring in a remake of 'Brokeback Mountain.' But instead of a cowboy, Donald falls in love with BLANK.” Surprisingly, the answers (and Baldwin’s demeanor) were rather mild, considering the set up.
FOX’s Family Guy loves to mock the Christian faith, as seen time and time again, but this week they went so far as to talk about an eighth grader having sex with a Catholic priest.
Emerald City has only aired twice, and we’ve already seen demonic rituals and gruesome murders. This week, we’re introduced to a new topic: a character suffering an identity crisis, namely their gender.
Well, no surprise, CBS’s Pure Genius again reminds us that pushing the LGBT agenda is vital to their concept of entertainment. This time, we see two gay dads with a son.