During the anniversary week of the Lancaster County massacre, CBS's drama blames the 'oppressive' Amish culture for the murder of an Amish girl.


Research supports CMI study finding that religious people are more likely than secular people to give of their money and time.


New dramedy normalizes irresponsible sexual behavior, depicts grown men as eternal adolescents.


However, the story takes an unexpected twist when an infamous killer accepts personal responsibility for his crimes.


Last Sunday they savaged evangelical Christians. This Sunday, one year after the Lancaster County schoolhouse massacre, they'll poke their fingers in the eyes of the Amish.


Spears is ruining her life and the media are feasting on the spectacle.


I suggest the faint of heart skip the rest of this paragraph, warned New York Times movie reviewer Manohla Dargis before relaying the graphic details of the aftermath of an abortion. My initial and admittedly angry first thought about these images was that the director, Tony Kaye, was just resorting to shock tactics.


Oprah promotes, Whoopi volunteers for irresponsible sex.


Since 2000-2001, violent content during the family hour has increased 52 percent. Sexual content is up 22 percent.


The CBS news magazine treats the conservative black Supreme Court Justice with unprecedented respect, in contrast to Thomas's Senate confirmation hearings


CBS's entertainment division portrays devout teens as murderers and hypocrites and their youth pastor as a pervert, while taking cheap shots at abstinence education.


When adults abdicate responsibility as protectors of children and vanguards of public morality and decency, children become the nation's most endangered species. When adults equate legal with moral, appropriate and acceptable, perversion can find patronage.