Founder and President of the Parents Television Council,
L. Brent Bozell III leads the only Hollywood-based organization dedicated to restoring responsibility to the entertainment industry. The PTC at
http://www.parentstv.org features the
Family Guide to Prime Time Television which aids parents in making informed viewing decisions for their children.
Mr. Bozell is a nationally syndicated writer whose work appears in publications such as
Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The New York Post, The L.A. Times and National
Review. Below is a collection of this year's Entertainment columns or click
here for an archive of Mr. Bozell's News Columns.
2007's Winners and Losers
The B-Word Book Craze
Who's Scared of Christmas?
Another Twisted Christmas
Tila Tequila, MTV's Latest Poison
What Children Watch
The Shameless Spring-Break Porn King
The Christmas-Crushing Movie
'The Singing Revolution' Celebrates Freedom
"Bella" And The Pro-Life Film Trend
Abstainers Are Killers?
Miller, The Jesus-Mocking Beer
Congress vs. Gangsta Rap
The Frustrated Family Hour
The Death Of Sportmanship
Kathy Griffin's Unfunny Jesus Jokes
‘Dr. 90210' – Or Dr. Crotch?
The Ascent of ‘Torture Porn’
The World According To The TV Critics
The Fall Season in TV Legislation
Vigilant Parents Required
Where Are the Admirable Athletes?
The Latest Shock and Awe
Ads and Condoms and Pigs
“Landmark” Teenage Nonsense
Grand, Old, and Pitiful
“Conservatives” For Sleaze TV
Hillary vs. Hollywood
Judges vs. the FCC
Disturbing TV Violence, Unchecked
Rapper Not a “Perfect Gentleman”
Radio Plays Rape for Laughs
Celebrity Media, Heal Thyself
Russell Simmons Solutions
TV In the Toilet, Literally
CBS on Dirty Words and Deeds
The Incomplete Anti-Imus Lobby
Easter Striptease and Chocolate Jesus
Philosophers and ‘South Park’
Consumer Choice vs. Pointless Publicity
The Numbers on Moral Decline
The “24” Quandary
The Celebrity Asylum
Walden’s Big Idea
Super Bowl Sideshows
ABC Goes to Rehab
The Black Hole of Sundance
Saints and Swearing
The Ancient Problem of TV Violence
Shower After “Adult Swim”
Hollywood's Four-Letter Word: GOD
Tasteless “Black Christmas”
Trade Publications or Puppets?
NBC’s On-Air War on the FCC
O.J., “Kramer,” and Limits
‘The Nativity Story’ Stands Out
The CEO of Silliness
“Heroes” and Horrors
Nobody Runs Against Hollywood
Moms vs. Hip-Hop
Watching Out For the Web
TV’s Serial Killer Chic
“Little House” Of Horrors
Madonna’s Crucifixion Circus Act
NBC’s "Crazy Christians" Show
NBC Slices and Dices “Veggie Tales”
Growing the Teens Too Fast
Roasting the Final Frontier
Pop Music’s Sex Education
How Will Mel Gibson Make Amends?
Mel Gibson and the Politics of Bigotry
Sagging Stars Go for Sleazy ‘Nip/Tuck’
“World Trade Center”: A Masterpiece
Entertainment and Objectivity
‘Big Brother’ Gets Brutal
How Low Will Advertisers Go?
Whining About the “Web Mob”
Empowering the FCC
Are Comic Books No Longer For Kids?
“Sopranos”: Syndicating the Syndicate
Too Much TV For Tots?
A Sick Video Game About Columbine
No Passion Against the "Code"
Sweet Sixteen, Buried In Greed
The Two-Faced Networks
“South Park” And “Popetown”
The Bedford Internet Gambit
The Arrested Adolescent’s Channel
Spring Break: Hazardous To Your Health?
Oscar’s Thumbs Up For Pimps
Poisoning Children, Too?
Sex, Culture, and the College Student
Cable Choice Now
Super Bowl: Good News and Bad News
Too Much Profanity On “American Idol”
Rappers Play Dumb
Old Europe’s Golden Globes
NBC’S Desperate Episcopalians
TV’s Ickiest Moments of 2005
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