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  • May 03, 2017
    Michael F. Haverluck

    NYT columnist besieged for challenging 'climate change'

    global warmingPulitzer Prize-winning author Bret Stephens received an ice-cold welcome following his first column for the New York Times, where he questioned the “science” behind policies proposed by global warming activists and suggested that they adopt a more humble approach in the “climate change” debate.

  • May 03, 2017
    Steve Jordahl

    Media on media: It's a 'bubble' problem, not bias

    MSNBC reacts to Trump winThe media is still trying to get its collective head around Donald Trump's unexpected election win and website Politico has become the latest to take a shot.

  • May 02, 2017
    Steve Jordahl

    Despite implication, WH unlikely to take on 1st Amendment

    Big Three networksAs the president grows more and more frustrated at what he calls biased media coverage, the Trump administration has "looked at" strengthening libel and slander laws – but that would mean a retooling of the First Amendment.

  • April 28, 2017
    Bill Bumpas

    Moms complain: Man can't be a mother

    Baby Dove logoAn activist group for moms is shocked that an ad campaign promoting baby moisture products features a biological man claiming to be a mother.

  • April 21, 2017
    Bill Bumpas

    Bare reality was too much for advertisers to back

    VH1 logoTV watchdog groups are celebrating the cancellation of a controversial reality show.

  • April 18, 2017
    Steve Jordahl

    Tax protests suddenly patriotic again

    Tax Day protester (2017)Left-wing protesters were out in force over the weekend demanding to see President Donald Trump's tax returns – and taking a cue from an earlier movement over taxes. 

  • April 18, 2017
    Bill Bumpas

    PTC finds common ground with MPAA

    '3 Generations' movie stillThe head of a film distribution company is pushing for the Motion Picture Association of America to change the rating on a pro-transgender film from R to PG-13 so more minors can watch it.  

  • April 16, 2017
    Michael F. Haverluck

    'Case for Christ' enters Easter w/A+ CinemaScore

    "Case for Christ" filmHeading into Easter on last weekend’s box office top 10 list to secure an expanded release this weekend, the movie The Cast for Christ – which is based on the best-selling novel written by acclaimed Christian author Lee Strobel – received the highest reviews by moviegoers, who give it a rare “A+” CinemaScore rating … which is typically received by only two films per year.

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