‘Do not put us to the test’: Anglicans defend the Lord’s Prayer
Why can’t moviegoers see a one-minute ad about praying?
Banned words? How about better speech!
How the Internet became a haven for tyranny
| 14 May 2015 | CONNECTING |
Celebrate me—or else
| 11 May 2015 | CONJUGALITY |
Control of the Internet is not a tinfoil hat cause. Please read this.
Is “the most secretive White House ever” a new trend?
| 29 Oct 2014 | CONNECTING |
Provincial Canadian court orders Google to block sites worldwide, in trade dispute
| 24 Jun 2014 | CONNECTING |
Donner and Blitzen! Where’s my pipe?
Harley J. Sims
| 08 October 2012 | FEATURES |
A publisher bowdlerises familiar verses to produce a non-smoking Santa for the edification of children.
A geek lesson about sensitivity
Harley J. Sims
| 20 September 2012 | FEATURES |
If the language sensitivity police are right, one of the most expressive words of the tech revolution should be banned.
Movie morality is plummeting
| 10 January 2012 | FEATURES |
Film censors are allowing teens to access much more explicit content and few parents seem to care
Too much information?
The PR department of a hospital thought so, but patients are entitled to consider all sides of an issue such as euthanasia.
Court’s decency ruling: ‘Parents, you are on your own’
Thanks to a new US federal court decision, TV content is likely to slide
still further, even faster.
Does Big Media really care about child abuse?
One would think, given the current red alert about clerical child
abusers, that the safety and innocence of children was pretty well
number one priority with the media. But is it?
Google says no to China, censorship
| 24 March 2010 | TIGER PRINT |
| 17 February 2010 | SHEILA REPORTS |
We're in a bout of unusual Press introspection again, because someone High Up mis-spoke, and touched off another war of words.
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