Brian Fitzpatrick

Posted December 03, 2008

The most popular movie over Thanksgiving weekend, perhaps our most family centered holiday, was a lighthearted romp amongst two families torn asunder by divorce.

Posted November 18, 2008

What do you do when a major news network, ABC, gives one of its best-known journalists, Barbara Walters, a bully pulpit to deny the fundamental reality that men and women are different?

Posted November 11, 2008

The liberal media worked overtime against California’s marriage amendment, Proposition 8, which the voters passed 52 to 48 percent.

Posted November 04, 2008

As the 2008 presidential campaign mercifully drew to a close, several media pundits were suggesting that America’s culture war is also coming to an end, or at least withdrawing into a long and chilly hibernation. This is wishful thinking.

Posted October 22, 2008

Barack Obama’s relationship with Weathermen founder William Ayers would reveal a great deal about the candidate’s character and values, if establishment journalists chose to tell the tale.

Posted October 15, 2008

Presidents often have greater influence on social policy and cultural values than they have on economic policy, so Obama’s and McCain’s positions on moral issues matter.

Posted October 15, 2008

Presidents often have greater influence on social policy and cultural values than they have on economic policy, so Obama’s and McCain’s positions on moral issues matter.

Posted September 09, 2008

The monster springs suddenly, without warning, from the frigid depths of the Bering Sea. Striding imperiously onto dry land, it slowly turns its crested head toward an isolated fishing village.

Posted September 04, 2008

In an obvious attempt to create a Jeremiah Wright-style scandal for the Republican presidential ticket – and to marginalize conservative Christian values – Huffington Post National Editor Nico Pitney is questioning the religious beliefs of GOP Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Posted August 28, 2008

The news media loudly proclaimed its support for the homosexual activist agenda at the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association convention in Washington, D.C.

Posted August 13, 2008

Much to the chagrin of America’s journalistic Old Guard, recent Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards has confirmed the scandal they were refusing to cover.

Posted July 02, 2008

An “expatriate” is a person banished from his homeland or who chooses to live abroad. The expatriate may renounce allegiance to his homeland, or he may not, but he is not physically present there.

Posted June 10, 2008

Unlike the big newspapers and TV networks, small conservative online news sites are reporting the growing threat posed to religious liberty by the burgeoning homosexual rights movement.

Posted June 03, 2008

The man is out of Jeremiah Wright’s radical church. Is the church out of the man? Inquiring media minds don’t want to know.

Posted May 20, 2008

The liberal media aren’t reporting it, but presidential candidate Barack Obama told an Oregon audience we’re “goners” if we fail to stop global warming.

Posted May 06, 2008

Some of the media elites gave old-fashioned patriotism a clout to the jaw on May 1, May Day.

Posted April 30, 2008

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama finally denounced Rev. Jeremiah Wright, but he will never get past the Wright controversy without resolving the questions it has raised about his credibility, judgment and philosophy.

Posted April 24, 2008

Tuesday was Earth Day, the highest holy day of the year for practitioners of shoddy journalism.

Posted April 19, 2008

Americans need to find out as much as they can about the candidates’ character, values and judgment, and the media are responsible for informing them. ABC has set a good example.