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Media Cash In on Racism

What is newsworthy about the latest Imus insult in the morning isn't that liberal and conservative commentators alike expressed moral outrage at Imus' remarks—it's that they agreed that Imus ...

Shhh! There's a Boycott Going On!

Since March 2006, the AFA and 18 other pro-family organizations have targeted Ford over the company's donations to homosexual political groups and advertisements in homosexual-themed magazines. ...

Bias in the Headlines

Gay marriage is not recognized in Florida or California, where Disney's amusement parks are located. The ceremonies that will be performed on the company's properties and cruise ships will not be ...

Anderson Cooper Defines Christians…Or Not

Cooper addressed topics apparently chosen to refute Christian faith or draw attention to controversies, not to understand what billions of people believe and why they believe it.

NBC Acknowledges U.S. a Very Religious Nation, Promotes Corporate Chaplains

In his lead-in to the last story of Holy Thursday's NBC Nightly News broadcast, a report on the growing trend of company-provided chaplains in the workplace, anchor Brian Williams acknowledges we ...

The Easter Hit Parade (a summary)

Beginning on February 26, the news and entertainment media have fired a stunning barrage of criticism at religious beliefs, religious practice, and religious symbols. Nothing is too sacred to ...

Homosexual Agenda Gets Two-fer in Sunday New York Times

Coming out is to be praised, as is attending the world's largest lesbian party.

To Protect Obama, a Journalist Excuses Lies

Cohen even proposes a rationale few philosophers, or journalism professors, would embrace: that emotional truth trumps intellectual truth.

It's All About Being on Television

NY Times article sums up obsession with celebrity.

16 Questions for The New York Times Editorial Board

Given the Gray Lady's recent eye-opening stands on various issues, CMI Advisory Board member Jan LaRue thought that posing a few questions might help the editorial writers think more clearly.
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