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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 ...

USA Today: 'A Little Medical Coverage' Worse than None

Story downplays advantages of limited-benefits insurance, relies on critics by 2:1.

Shock: NYT Writer Takes on the Sainted Rachel Carson and "Silent Spring"

Science writer John Tierney: "Ms. Carson used dubious statistics and anecdotes (like the improbable story of a woman who instantly developed cancer after spraying her basement with DDT) to warn of ...

Journalists Prefer Left-Wing WSJ Buyout over Murdoch

News media up in arms at prospect of media mogul owning Wall Street Journal and Fox News.

"Far Right" Clarence Thomas Afraid to Speak for Showing His Ignorance?

Editorial board member Adam Cohen attacks Thomas's rectitude and says of Bush's Supreme Court selections: "With its new members, the court is also likely to make prisons less civilized, and ...

Defending Intolerance on Global Warming

In defending Weather Channel "climate expert" Heidi Cullen's intolerance of opposing views, the Times embraces the idea of man-made global warming as an undeniable fact.

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

Cuba: What a Great Place to Visit! Never Mind the Dictatorship

NBC's Matt Lauer points to tourism numbers as a sign that Cuba is flourishing under Fidel Castro's regime.