Brian Fitzpatrick, a writer, editor, and commentator on political and cultural issues, is the Senior Editor at Media Research Center’s Culture & Media Institute. Brian has also served as editorial director for Salem Communications, the largest religious radio broadcasting company in the United States, and as executive director of Accuracy in Academia. He served on the board of directors of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality. He was educated at Dartmouth College and Capital Bible Seminary.
Making fun of somebody with Alzheimer’s disease and feeling no remorse is about as low as it gets, but it isn’t all that surprising in this case.
When will Hollywood’s secular bigots figure out that Bible-believing Christians have nothing in common with fundamentalist Muslim terrorists?
Much to the chagrin of ABC’s Martha Raddatz, Vice President Richard Cheney dismissed the importance of an ABC poll finding that two thirds of Americans think the Iraq war “was not worth fighting.”
How top American journalists kowtowed to Candidate Clinton.
By focusing on race, class and gender voting, journalists are driving us apart, not bringing us together.
Will the slugger do what’s best for baseball and for the nation, and accept responsibility for what he’s done? Or will he continue his selfish, feeble effort to protect himself?
It isn’t every day the industry spearheading the destruction of the culture shuts itself down.
Is Congress really planning to force employers to provide special civil rights protections to transsexuals? That’s what Massachusetts Democrat Barney Frank and San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi have in mind – but don’t hold your breath waiting to hear about it on the TV news.