KNIGHT: The evil spawn of Vilecom

One company is a leader in degrading our kids and our culture

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“With 19 million newly reported STD cases each year,” Mrs. Wetzstein writes, “… a tsunami of sexual disease is flooding our population. One would think there could be a few more headlines about it.”

Or perhaps Vilecom’s Mr. Redstone might cease using his empire to corrupt kids. He’d need a change of heart or, like the tin man, any heart. When asked if sex-saturated fare was partly to blame for social ills, he quipped, “Sexuality doesn’t bother me; does it bother you? I don’t consider that gross.”

Perhaps some close-ups of aborted children or the ravages of STDs now epidemic among teens and 20-somethings might change that.

Robert Knight is senior writer and correspondent for Coral Ridge Ministries and the author of “Radical Rulers: The White House Elites Who Are Pushing America Toward Socialism” (, 2010).

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