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Judges vs. the FCC

The federal judges who ruled against the FCC suggested the agency's rulings were arbitrary and capricious. But is there anything more arbitrary and capricious than an egotistical celebrity ...

Paris Hilton Now 'Jailed' in the Lap of Luxury

Whatever happened to Paris proving she could serve the time 'the right way?'

#1 Rated Newscast Ignores Major Stem Cell Story

NBC's Nightly News led with the story. CBS's Katie Couric mentioned the development. Both The Washington Post and The New York Times gave it front page, above-the-fold coverage. But ABC? Not a ...

Does Watching TV Damage Character?

The Culture and Media Institute's new Special Report, The Media Assault on American Values, reveals that media messages appear to be undermining the pillars of America's cultural edifice: strength ...

Medved Lauds New Culture Survey

Leading Hollywood critic says quantity, not just quality, of viewing affects TV watchers.

Press Release: CMI STUDY FINDS TV HAZARDOUS TO MORAL HEALTH

Culture and Media Institute's New Study Shows Correlation between Viewing Hours and Laxity in Moral Values, Personal Responsibility

Press Release: GUMBEL BOASTS OF F-BOMB AGAINST CONSERVATIVE

Confirming his reprehensible personality and CBS's duplicity

Max Hardcore is No Steven Spielberg

Seriously, DOJ. Why make a self-proclaimed peddler of porn he boasts is nastier and more vulgar than ever before seen sound like a legitimate filmmaker? It's like describing Al Capone as an ...

Press Release: Paris Hilton Goes to Jail

MRC's Culture and Media Institute Applauds Hilton for Finally Taking Personal Responsibility for Actions

When Doubling the Money Isn't Enough: Media Slam Bush AIDS Plan

Press cites experts who say increased spending is insufficient, and savages spending on abstinence education.
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