Security Risk!?
April 17, 2009

By Everett Piper The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) just identified those US citizens who are focused on “right wing issues” as security risks! Does anyone but me hear the voice of George Orwell echoing through the halls of our Capital, our culture, our corporations, our churches and our Country right now? Who defines what these dangerous right wing issues are? The Fed? The DHS? The Congress? The President? Or maybe ACORN, the ACLU, NAMBLA, PETA, George Soros, Michael Moore, or even your State’s governor or your local police chief? Does it concern you that someone who proudly and myopically wears the label of “Left” is now declaring that those on the “Right” are a security risk because of your “extr...
 

 
Do You Remember Dr. Zhivago?
April 15, 2009

By David Outten, Production Editor The Russian revolution was based on class warfare. It began when the poor were encouraged to rebel against the rich. It quickly led to tyranny, pitting the powerful against everyone who dared question their power. The rich became poor, and the poor became poorer. Freedom vanished. Fear reigned supreme. Education, entertainment and sources of information were all confiscated to become tools of indoctrination. Children were taught that the revolution must spread until the world was free of greedy capitalists who oppress their workers. America is headed in that direction. We are being told we must increase taxes only on the wealthy to provide better healthcare, education and opportunity for the poor. Every...
 

 
New Music - Molly Jenson: Maybe Tomorrow
April 14, 2009

"We get a lot CDs to review at MOVIEGUIDE®, but  this is one of the best. Molly’s unique blend of folk and popular music will appeal to a broad audience." - Dr. Ted Baehr Quality:  * * * *   Acceptability:  +4 WARNING CODES: Language:  None RELEASE:  March 3, 2009 ARTIST:  Molly Jenson PRODUCER: Greg Laswell EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:  Mark Joseph LABEL: Bully! Pulpit Records DISTRIBUTOR:  Nettwerk Music Group CONTENT: (C, Ro, M)  Light Christian Worldview with some romantic elements,  and emotional trials and tribulations in life and in relationships. GENRE:  Popular/Folk/Independent INTENDED AUDIENCE:  Fans of Joy Williams, Sixpence None The Richer, Sheryl Crow, and Tristan Prettyman REVIEW: Molly Jenson is an up ...
 

 
Behind the Scenes of HANNAH MONTANA THE MOVIE: Is It Miley. . . Or Miley?
April 10, 2009

Is It Miley Or Miley? By Jeff Holder, Managing Editor MOVIEGUIDE® had a chance to hear from the director and the mostly teenaged cast of the newly released HANNAH MONTANA THE MOVIE. If you have been living in a cave lately, you might not know that on the Disney Channel TV series HANNAH MONTANA, teenage superstar Miley Cyrus plays the role of Miley Stewart who has an alter ego Hannah Montana. Hannah is a singing pop star but that fact is a secret except for family and close friends. Country star Billy Ray Cyrus, who is the real life father of Miley Cyrus, plays Miley Stewart's father, Robby Ray. If you're confused, ask a teenager to explain it to you. The runaway hit TV series has spawned one of the most wholesome movies in a long t...
 

 
Jesus Christ in the Movies
April 09, 2009

Our gift to you this Easter is this downloadable PDF of Dr. Ted Baehr's special report "Jesus Christ in the Movies." Web version (624 kb) here        Print version (15.2 mb) here We hope you enjoy it. If you have not already done so please subscribe to our informative eMail newsletters. Sign Up for Your FREE Subscription to MOVIEGUIDE® Newsletters * indicates required field Email Address:*  ...
 

 
Most Teenagers See Their Parents as Role Models
April 07, 2009

Most American teenagers, 54%, see their parents as their role models, according to a recent Junior Achievement survey on teenagers and ethical decision-making. There was some bad news in the survey, however - only 3% of the teenagers said they see members of the clergy as role models. Finally, 13% said they see their friends as role models, 6% said their teachers or coaches, 5% said their siblings, and 11% said they don't have any role models. - Source:  Christian Post, 02/18/09.   ...
 

 
Speaking of Teen Role Models. . .
April 07, 2009

A recent Junior Achievement survey of American teenagers finds that 80% of U.S. teens believe they are ethically prepared to make moral business decisions, although nearly 40% believe they need to "break the rules" in order to succeed. Perhaps more troubling is that 27% think behaving violently is sometimes, often or always acceptable. And, 20% report that they have behaved violently toward another person during the past year. Among those who say they are ethically prepared, 49% said lying to parents and guardians is acceptable, and 61% say they have lied to parents or guardian within the past year. This survey should prompt concern about an entire generation's future workplace behavior. It forecasts serious challenges to businesses as t...
 

 
College Professors Have Atheist Bias, Survey Notes
April 07, 2009

College professors in the United States are five times more likely to identify themselves as atheists than the general public, according to a survey by Awaken Generation. The survey also reports that 53% of all college professors view evangelical Christian students unfavorably. Maybe American Christians, especially Evangelicals, should reconsider whether to keep voting for politicians who force taxpayers to give their money to support college professors who hate their values. - Source:  Awaken Generation, 02/05/09.   ...
 

 
Video Searches Change
April 07, 2009

Social networks now refer more people to online videos than do video search engines, according to TubeMogul research. Of all video views, consumers who go to YouTube, then run a search or click around the featured or related videos completed 45.13% of them. Of the Top 20 referral sites, Google was responsible for 7.19% of all referrals, Yahoo 2.12%, Facebook 1.93% and MySpace 1.55%. - Source:  Online Media Daily, 02/12/09.   ...
 

 
Liberal Judge Lets Cannibal Killer Off Easy
April 07, 2009

A Canadian judge sentenced a man who brutally beheaded and cannibalized a man on a bus to yearly evaluations at a mental institution. The family of victim Tim McLean, a 22-year-old carnival worker dismissed the trial as a "rubber stamp." His mother added that a yearly hearing was ridiculous. They vowed to fight the law that allows the criminally insane to be released into the community once they are deemed "cured," without serving a minimum jail sentence. "A crime was still committed here, a murder still occurred," said Carol deDelley, McLean's mother. "Do not accept a ransom for the life of a murderer, who deserves to die. He must surely be put to death" - Numbers 35:31. - Source:  Breitbart.com, 03/08/09.   ...
 

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