Censorship

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Networks That Touted Tom DeLay’s 2010 Conviction Now Silent About His Acquittal

Back in 2010, when ex-House Majority Leader Tom DeLay was convicted on money laundering charges related to campaign fundraising, all three network morning and evening news shows made sure to tell ...
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The Censorship Election

An MRC review of the ABC, CBS and NBC broadcast evening news coverage from January 1 through Election Day found that while the networks gave intensive coverage to inconsequential mistakes ...
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Pro-Family Marches Censored by Media While Eco-Group Gets Spotlight

More than 200,0A similar march also happened in France in January, where at least 340,000 Parisians protested against a new law that would allow gay couples to marry and adopt children. ...
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Fury Spreads: Catholic Leaders Join MRC Outrage Over Network Silence on Catholics vs. Obama Lawsuit

Alexandria, VA – Seven prominent Catholic leaders have joined the Media Research Center to voice outrage over the broadcast networks deliberately withholding news of the momentous 43 Catholic ...

Nick Kristof Doesn't See Any Harm in Bowdlerizing Huck Finn

Behold the great free-speech liberal on his Twitter feed: "If censoring Huck Finn will help get a great book back on h.s. reading lists, isn't that worth it?" Meanwhile, the paper's editorial page ...

Shock Art and 'Social Dignity'

How many times must we relive the foolishness of art curators being "shocked" that people don't like paying for art that attacks Jesus and Christians?

Judges Find Dignity in Profanity

Federal appeals court judges in Manhattan shredded the FCC's lamely enforced rules against broadcast indecency. Profanity was somehow associated with "the most important and universal themes in ...

Ross Douthat Takes on Underplayed 'South Park' Censorship Story

Ross Douthat: "But there's still a sense in which the 'South Park' case is particularly illuminating. Not because it tells us anything new about the lines that writers and entertainers suddenly ...

'South Park,' Muhammad, and Double Standards

The creators of the Comedy Central cartoon South Park had their lives threatened by a Muslim group for insulting the prophet Muhammad, but two Times headlines said they were merely being warned." ...
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