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The New Nicole Richie -- Self-Proclaimed Role Model

ABC asks tough questions about drug abuse, but not about marrying the father of her child.

The Hero on the Bus

Jeremy Hernandez models courage and responsibility for the inner city kids he works with.

USA Today Weighs In Against Doctors' Freedom of Conscience

Religious convictions are trumped by patients' lifestyle preferences.

Vigilant Parents Required

Never underestimate a federal bureaucracy. The FCC has struck again.

Big Media Ignore the Devils in the SCHIP Bill's Details

The House version of the children's 'health' bill attacks abstinence education and promotes abortion.

NBC Nightly News Blames the Schism Between Liberal and Conservative Episcopalians on Homosexuality

The network obscures the broader conflict within a church whose American leadership has repudiated traditional Christian beliefs about God and Scripture.

LA Times Backs Away from Bias – But Not All the Way

A story on the House ethics bill paints Capitol Hill corruption as an exclusively Republican problem. The next day's revised version injects a little balance, but not enough.

A Radical Silence

Nets either ignore far left professor's dismissal, or mischaracterize him as a martyr.

Behind Closed Doors

Sometimes it's good when the news makes you squirm.

Schumer Vows to Block Bush Supreme Court Nominees

Media grant a silent pass, even though the New York senator would reject candidates solely because of judicial philosophy, a radical departure from Senate tradition.

TIME and Boys

Boys are doing better in America, in spite of the culture wars.

A Young Man's Love, Responsibility Inspire Praise

Quite a contrast to Hollywood's Pop Tarts, who are covered incessantly by the media.

Brooklyn Student Arrested for 'Hate Crime': Flushing a Koran

Media overlook the story: hate crimes laws are being used to punish speech.

NBC Uses One Mom's Woes to Argue for More Food Stamps

Emotional manipulation: nice storytelling, terrible reporting.

The Gentleman and the Juicer

Cal Ripken Jr. is a striking contrast to Barry Bonds.

Media Give Short Shrift to Pro-Illegal Alien Judgment

Nearly every news organization that covered the court decision voiding Hazleton, Penn.'s immigration laws sided with the illegals.

Paying it Forward, One Organ at a Time

ABC's feature on an organ donor's generosity brightens a dreary news week.

Out This Weekend: The Simpsons Movie

Grownup cartoon satire often imitated, but never equaled.

Reagan's Specter Vision

Arlen Specter shouldn't be sitting in judgment of great judges like Bork, Roberts and Alito. With his history of liberalism and betrayal of Republicans, the GOP shouldn't have rewarded him with ...

Mommy, Where are the Heroes?

Tuesday was a sad day for sports fans.

Big Media Ignores Pew Poll's Good News in War on Terror

Support for bin Laden and suicide bombings is waning in the Muslim world, but the mainstream media fail to tell the story.

CBS Ambushes the Second Amendment

Network calls for more gun control and federal spending, but not moral reform, to curb inner city violence.

Yes, Virginia. Sex Sells.

The New York Times gives a naughty site some free publicity.

Spike TV Enlists in the Anti-War Movement

New miniseries slams the Iraq war, casts Iraq vets as victims and criminals.

Where's the Ring? WE TV Takes the Stigma Out of Shacking Up

Is this any way to empower women?

The Latest Shock and Awe

When critics asked if the sex scenes [in HBO's new show, Tell Me You Love Me] were faked or real, actress Michelle Borth became suddenly defensive. We are not porn stars. We're actors, she ...

Fred Thompson's "Trophy Wife"

Plus: Low taxes cause child abuse and a "charismatic" terrorist leader

The New Republic Smears the Troops – With a Hoax?

An article written under a pseudonym defames American soldiers in Iraq with dubious, unverifiable stories of cruelty.

Why is the Bureau of Prisons Squelching a Child Porn Link to Molestation?

Shocking study indicates that 85% of convicted child porn users may have sexually abused minors, more than double the previous estimates.

Harry Potter: The Issue is Parental Responsibility

Moms and dads must teach children to discern the good and the bad messages in the books and movies.