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A Lady Under Fire

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.

WaPo Snickers as Sacrilegious Show Comes to D.C.

Even as a Catholic group protests the premiere of Jerry Springer: The Opera, The Washington Post raises little concern over the show's content.

Courts Can't Cope with COPA

The Third Circuit strikes down Congress's attempt to protect children from online porn by requiring smut site visitors to provide adult ID.

CW's Gossip Girl Takes No Prisoners in New Ad Campaign

Network pokes fun at concerned parents, boasts that culture watchers are condemning the ads.

WaPo Whacks McCain's Wife, Grandfather

Articles emphasize Cindy McCain's drug addiction rather than her accomplishments, describe grandfather as a gambler and bootlegger.

Court Punts Super Bowl Indecency Ruling Back to FCC

All the FCC needs to do is inform broadcasters that fleeting images of nudity constitute actionable indecency, and it intends to enforce the rules.

A Guide to the Movie Galaxy

Dr. Thomas Hibbs finds a silver lining in Hollywood's dark cloud of despair.

ABC, CBS Spotlight Suffering Illegal Immigrants

Both networks provide rare favorable reports about churches—churches that offer sanctuary to the 'undocumented' in acts of nonviolent civil disobedience.

Blue Summer

Hollywood is peddling sex like crazy this season even though the sexualization of our culture is exacting a fearsome toll, especially on young girls.

ABC's Stossel Sees No Evil in Sexually 'Liberated' Culture

The 20/20 host suggests that society may even benefit from sexual libertinism, but his articles don't give both sides of the story.
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