If a husband says it's ok to come on to him, The View's cohost has no problem with having a little fling.


Liberals in Congress view talk radio as a profound threat to their power. They intend to do whatever they can to reduce the impact of conservative talkers, First Amendment be damned.


If one could imagine the most unlikely Carnegie Hall sensation ever, Jerry Springer: The Opera might be it. Aren't operas supposed to deal with grand, historical themes, with everyone singing in Italian? This “opera” is about a tabloid TV freak show – and wouldn't you know it – the critics love it.

   



The Bush proposal would uphold the right of pharmacists, for example, to refuse to fill prescriptions for contraceptives that kill babies.


USA Today fails to look at other ways cohabitation damages people and relationships.


World News with Charles Gibson highlights the tiniest, most fragile of patients imaginable – unborn babies.


In effect, the court said that because the Enforcement Bureau of the FCC has been a steady, ongoing farce of decency protection for thirty years, it must always and forever remain a joke.


Professor Randy Pausch, whose 'Last Lecture' made him a YouTube phenomenon loses his battle with cancer.


The ladies ask some hard questions of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, but gush over the lesbian-experimenting pop star.


CMI Director Robert Knight exposes the medias outright advocacy of open homosexuality in the military, and rebuts one columnists vicious personal attack on an expert who supports the gay ban.


CMI research assistant Colleen Raezler goes beyond the beats and melodies to examine the messages of todays most popular songs.


A Washington Post columnist claims a supporter of the ban on gays in the military exhibited rage in Congressional testimony -- but The Hill reveals that the rage was on the other side.