Eye on Culture

2008 Worst Grinches

CMIs Dan Gainor and Colleen Raezler rate the attacks and defenses of Christmas on CMIs annual Grinch-o-Meter.

Sex and Aggression: The Media Impact on Children

CMI Senior Writer Kristen Fyfe reports on two profoundly important studies that link childrens media consumption to teen pregnancy and hostile behavior.

Lavender Propaganda

CMI research assistant Colleen Raezler exposes the efforts of Hollywood and the news media to promote acceptance of homosexuality in America.

Will Edwards Scandal Teach Media that Lying about Adultery Is Wrong?

CMI senior editor Brian Fitzpatrick and intern Julia Seward examine the news medias complacency toward adultery and lying, as revealed by their refusal to cover the John Edwards sex scandal.

Listen to Those Lyrics

CMI research assistant Colleen Raezler goes beyond the beats and melodies to examine the messages of todays most popular songs.

Media Big Guns Fire Away at Military's Gay Ban

CMI Director Robert Knight exposes the medias outright advocacy of open homosexuality in the military, and rebuts one columnists vicious personal attack on an expert who supports the gay ban.

<i>TIME's</i> Religious Democratic Crusader

Amy Sullivan is anchoring TIME magazine's 2008 presidential campaign coverage. CMI Senior Editor Brian Fitzpatrick provides a revealing look at her faith-and-politics agenda based on Sullivan's ...

Compassion Forum Mostly Showed Faith in Liberalism

CMI Director Robert Knight analyzes CNNs faith-based conversation at Messiah College with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and reveals a bias toward equating compassion with government action, ...

A Book for Culture Warriors

CMIs Colleen Raezler reviews the blockbuster book by Carol Platt Liebau documenting the blizzard of provocative sexual messages the media are sending to our children. Prude: How the Sex-Obsessed ...

Anointing Misguided Leaders: the Networks Disservice to Black America

CMI senior editor Brian Fitzpatrick studies coverage of the biggest civil rights story of 2007 and finds that the networks sought comments only from the liberal black establishment, never from ...
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