Culture and Media Institute

Super Bowl Ads Score with More Laughs but a Few Yecchs

This year's broadcast toned down the sexy ads, pumped up the humor and connected for a touchdown with the Declaration of Independence.

ABC Casts Stones at Evangelical Financial Advisers

Anchor Dan Harris challenges the 'quality' of advice proffered by counselors who apply Biblical principles to money, mortgages and credit cards.

Who Knew? CBS Develops a Conscience on Britney

Maggie Rodriguez announces The Early Show will show extreme restraint regarding paparazzi photos.

Choose-Life Movie Plots? They're Fictions, 'Consoling' and 'Cutesy'

Only pro-abortion movies are honest about the lives of women, in the view of Washington Post movie reviewer Ann Hornaday.

CBS's Couric Unloads Both Barrels at Religion

Don't trust those flock-fleecing televangelists – and keep that Bible far away from me!

CBS Reveals: John Edwards Influenced by Soviet-Linked Marxist I.F. Stone

What book would the former Vice Presidential nominee bring into the White House? A book by a man so radical he blamed South Korea for starting the Korean War.

America's Tabloid Coliseum

During the Roman Empire days, people would cram into coliseums to be entertained by gladiators fighting to the death. Have we created a modern American counterpart?

A "Cruel" Arizona Law Means Illegals No Longer Get Money for College

How dare they: A new Arizona law limits financial assistance for college to actual citizens!

Take Two Pills and Reserve Your Place in Rehab

NBC highlights prescription drug abuse, but only in the wake of tragedy.

Building Character One Boy at a Time

NBC Nightly News spotlights one man's effort to chart a new course for troubled boys.
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