Barbie has undergone the most dramatic change in her 57 year history – she now has three new looks – petite, curvy and tall – which Mattel hopes will make the doll more relevant to the girls who will own them.
Big surprise. The mainstream media’s annual snubbing of the March for Life was in full swing again this year, only this time they had an excuse (hint: it wasn’t the Blizzard of 2016) – it was the debut of the Smithsonian Zoo’s latest giant panda cub, Bei Bei.
A review of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” which appears in the Dec. 18 edition of the Vatican’s newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, gives the film a thumbs-down because of evil characters who failed “spectacularly” in representing evil.
As if it’s possible, the media have found new levels to stoop to in their haste to make Christianity look bad. Now they’re either refusing to cover – or sympathizing with – Satanic retaliation against the followers of Jesus Christ.
Even though The Good Dinosaur opened to rave reviews and scored an impressive $68.7 million at the box office over the Thanksgiving holiday, parents are lambasting Disney for producing a children’s film so full of violence and death that it left their little ones in tears.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Since news broke on Monday about the Pope meeting with Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis who chose jail rather than issue same-sex marriage licenses, the secular media is apoplectic over the destruction of the fairytales they created about the Holy Father’s supposed liberal bend.
In a perfect example of how the secular media distorts the Pope’s words in order to make them fit their own agenda, TIME Magazine has been caught deliberately misquoting Francis’ comments about abortion.
As shocking as it might seem, the mainstream media is devoting little or no airtime to the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal, preferring to cover for the abortion giant rather than look out for the best interests of women and children.
Mass media giant Viacom is looking to the Church to rescue its flagging sales by launching a new outdoor ad campaign in New York City that features the heads of characters from the Comedy Central show on images of Sacred Heart votive candles.