It doesn't get any more hypocritical than a recording company using federal law to stifle free speech critical of its lewd and lascivious rapper while wrapping the First Amendment around him.


News report avoids the real story: the House hate crimes vote.


Simmons declared, I think that children, and parents, and everyone else who doesn't really understand the hip-hop community should have a choice....we want people to choose what they want. And if you turn on mainstream radio, you shouldn't have to hear these words.


Neil MacFarquhar finds a new passport design 'rife' with patriotic imagery.


ABC makes the most of its 'exclusive' on the 'D.C. Madam' case


Couric acknowledges that the call to remove offensive words from rap music is a question of social responsibility, not censorship.


Footage of embarrassing rant precedes announcement that O'Donnell is leaving The View at the end of the season.


Diane Sawyer delivers hit piece based on the story of one disappointed lesbian.


MRC's Culture and Media Institute Calls Discrepancy Evidence of Liberal Bias


Scott irresponsibly ignores decades of social science studies that show a direct correlation between the consumption of violent media (movies, television, video games, and music) and increases in aggressive actions and attitudes.


Under the guise of promoting feminist art, the Arts section of the April 22 Washington Post featured four images of nude or partially nude women and suggested that pornography is aesthetic.


The authorities charged with implementing the abstinence-only curriculum don't like it, don't believe in it, and have done everything in their power to ensure that it should fail.