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HUNGER GAMES Inspires Dissent in Thailand

HUNGER GAMES Inspires Dissent in Thailand Job Garcia, Contributing Writer It is often said that “life imitates art,” and to a certain degree in many cases this statement is undoubtedly true. The news media often reports cases of individuals who … Continue reading

They’re Not Loving It: McDonalds Dangerous Move

They’re Not Loving It By Grace Margaretha, Contributing Writer When McDonald’s Hamburgers is mentioned, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? What about a company that advertises on shows with sex orgies, strip clubs and “jokes” about child molestation? … Continue reading

Mendacity and Perfidy

Mendacity and Perfidy By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher The news media, whether consciously or unconsciously, by commission or omission, has supported the transformation of the United States from the Land of Freedom to the Land of Socialist Tyranny. As Paul … Continue reading

Drugs Vs. Religion

Drugs Vs. Religion By Jerry Newcombe Americans are accepting pot in seemingly unprecedented ways. Even as it is becoming legal in more places, such as Colorado by an act of the voters a couple years ago, there are still consequences … Continue reading

Banning Free Speech Until the Cows Come Home

By Robert Knight  It’s hard to think of a more dangerous threat to First Amendment freedoms than the Federal Communications Commission’s scheme a few months ago to station government “researchers” in newsrooms. It had all the makings of “1984”-style intimidation … Continue reading

Prayer Time for Actors?

Denzel Washington Encourages Young Actors to Pray Every Morning By Diana Anderson-Tyler, Contributing Writer A popular Facebook video recently shared by R&B singer Tyrese Gibson showed Movieguide® Award nominee and Oscar-winning actor Denzel Washington speaking to young actors about the … Continue reading


WALK OF SHAME is a comedy about a woman trying to land a job as a news anchor at a national television station who gets completely lost on her way to a trial run. Though competently produced, WALK OF SHAME … Continue reading

Internet Overtakes Newspapers

Though the newspaper industry has stopped some of the bleeding and only declined 5% overall in 2010, the Internet has passed the industry in U.S. ad revenue. According to Ad Age, this makes the Internet “the second-largest ad medium behind … Continue reading

Stop the Next Murder Spree

Stop the Next Murder Spree By David Outten and Ted Baehr The recent murders in Santa Barbara reveal in sad detail the worst of the sexual revolution. Elliot Rodgers killed six people, and then himself, because he felt he was … Continue reading


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