WASHINGTON (BP)--Conservative groups charge that the nation's largest philanthropic foundations have a "left-wing bias" that leaves conservative causes "out in the cold" with few other places to look for money.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Criticism from anti-pornography activists has forced Yahoo, MSN and Terra Lycos to tone down their pornographic advertising and content, but that has not deterred them from offering such content on their European websites, CNSNews.com reported Dec. 14.
WASHINGTON (BP)--What's wrong with placing a "God Bless America" ornament on the "holiday tree" in Wisconsin's capital? Eight Wisconsin residents are suing state and local officials in federal court for refusing to allow religious-themed ornaments to be placed on the tree in Madison.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The National Education Association is silent about a task force that it formed to determine how to integrate homosexual themes into public school curriculums while working to "reduce and eliminate intolerance and insensitivity toward gays and lesbians in our society," according to an Aug. 15 CNSNews.com report. The NEA's "Gay and Lesbian Issues Task Force" was established at the July NEA convention for the purpose of avoiding a drawn-out debate over homosexual issues on the convention floor.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Violence, vulgarity and profanity are more prominently displayed on television's family hour than ever before, according to the Parents' Television Council in a report released Aug. 1 on the 2000-2001 television season.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Two physicians groups representing some 10,000 doctors nationwide are calling for the director of the Centers for Disease Control to step down because of the CDC's "safe sex" campaign that allegedly masked the deficiencies of condom use and withheld information about those deficiencies from the American public, CNSNews.com reported July 25.
LINCOLN, Neb. (BP)--The Nebraska attorney general is siding with a small city that's being sued over a public monument to the Ten Commandments.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The case of a Melbourne, Fla., woman who alleged she was forced to undergo an abortion after telling the abortionist to stop is seen as a political irony among some involved in the abortion debate.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Bucking a growing trend in some parts of the country, Milwaukee has rejected a bid by its government workers union to include benefits for same-sex partners in the city's employee benefits package, according to a CNSNews.com report.