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Hollywood Blockheads Mock Traditional Marriage



In the wake of the vicious homosexual attacks on Miss California Carrie Prejean’s personal opposition to same-sex marriage at the recent Miss USA Pageant, a group of Hollywood celebrities have made a video mocking traditional marriage and its supporters. Stars … Continue reading

Paganism Returns to the Holy Land



Paganism, including the pagan beliefs of the child-sacrificing Canaanites, have returned to the Holy Land, according to the Israeli website www.haaretz.com. A tiny community of pagan believers, influenced by pagan movements in the United States and Europe, has developed in … Continue reading

Redeeming Academia



There are several critical spheres of influence that need to be redeemed by Christians in order to set the culture on a more civilized path. One is the area where MOVIEGUIDE® is working, the mass media. Another is government. And, … Continue reading

She Finally Enters the No Spin Zone!



After 11 years or so of ducking, Hillary Clinton finally agreed to be interviewed by Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly last month. It is a good thing when presidential and other political candidates agree to let the public see them … Continue reading

Old Is the “New Young”



  By Diana Anderson GE owned NBC Universal has dropped a bombshell on advertisers. They report that when it comes to consumer spending based on what they see in television ads, the 55-64 aged viewers are just as important as … Continue reading

Stoned on Chavez?



A new leftist documentary called SOUTH OF THE BORDER portrays socialist dictator Hugo Chavez of Venezuela in a positive manner and neglects to interview those who oppose the Venezuelan president. According to the Associated Pres on May 28, 2010, the … Continue reading

“That Was the Year That Was”:



2009 was the year that Hollywood finally looked at their BLIND SIDE, caring Southern Christians who opened their home to the homeless and demonstrate the redemptive power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in action. 2009 was the year that … Continue reading

 

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