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Dumbledoring Down the Culture

A Culture and Media Institute review of 125 stories on Nexis from Friday through Tuesday turned up only one source – an online Scottish edition of The Express – that included a single critic of ...

An Army of Three? Army Recruiting Goes Astray

Keep in mind that the law Congress enacted in 1993 bars homosexuals in the military, period. And the Clinton-era policy watering down that law, Don't Ask, Don't Tell, still bars open ...

Boston Legal Writers Attack 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy

ABC delivers liberal propaganda in the guise of entertainment.

Media Covers Innocuous Education Stories, Skips Incendiary Stories

It's nice to hear good news for a change, but we also need to know about schools becoming radical indoctrination centers, or handing out the pill to junior high students.

Will the Media Cover THIS Story?

Will public nudity and sexual acts performed in broad daylight in San Francisco streets, while police stand by doing nothing, generate headlines on national newscasts?

Washington Post Bombards Craig, Shelters Hillary

The obscure GOP senator's public sex scandal gets five full stories, from the front page to the lead editorial. The Democratic presidential frontrunner's brewing campaign financing scandal gets ...

Big Media Week for the Homosexual Agenda

Journalists promote the gay presidential debate, but ignore a poll suggesting homosexual endorsements are the political kiss of death.

USA Today Weighs In Against Doctors' Freedom of Conscience

Religious convictions are trumped by patients' lifestyle preferences.

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.

The NYT on Bush's "Prejudiced" Surgeon General Nominee

Three times the NYT says Bush's nominee for Surgeon General considered homosexual sex "unnatural and unhealthy" in a 1991 paper excoriated by gay rights groups - even though the words don't appear ...
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