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Condoms are Fine, but Don't Teach Kids to Say No to Sex

The media trumpet research undermining abstinence education, but suppress favorable data.

Flooding the Zone on a High School Anti-War Play

The Times issued its third story on an anti-war student play put on by a Connecticut high school drama class - the same paper that buried the JFK Airport terror threat.

South Park Filth Fest

This weekend millions of families will be exposed to South Park's most foul-mouthed, sexually offensive programs, courtesy of Comedy Central.

By Abusing the Legal System, Judge 'Pants Suit' Weakens Public Trust in the Law

Plaintiff cries on the stand, and the media seem more sympathetic to him than the defendants whose lives, business and savings he has ravaged.

Hillary vs. Hollywood

Hollywood's muck-makers are advised to see the writing on the wall. When Hillary Clinton is scolding you in the headlines, maybe it's time to shape up.

Networks Ignore Crushing of Marriage Vote in Massachusetts

The media elite don't want the American people to know that liberals refuse to let the people vote on this crucial issue.

NBC to Expand from News to Education

The network wants to increase its future audience while simultaneously educating high school students -- but what do they intend to teach?

Role Models for Girls: Choice of Two, Take Your Pick

The Olympic athlete/Playboy model, or the squeaky clean teen movie star?

Judges Throw Up Roadblocks as Communities Struggle to Enforce Laws Against Illegal Immigrants - and the Media Fail to Tell the Story

Networks, press largely ignore that courts are frustrating small town efforts to address illegal immigration.

New York Times Showcases Fashionable Cocaine Use

Irresponsible story devotes more space to cocaine advocates than warning about the dangers of the illegal drug.
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