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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Brent Bozell
It was almost as though Evelyn Waugh had crafted this story: a follow-up to "Brideshead Revisited," with its tale of a charming if emotionally uncertain English aristocrat fallen into the care and keeping of God.
Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell has seen a lot of media abuse in his time as the master monitor of the liberal press. Now, he's seen the very worst: The broadcast networks "all but spiked the largest legal action in history to defend our constitutionally protected religious freedom," the analyst says, citing CBS, ABC and NBC for skimming over news that 43 Catholic dioceses and organizations filed a lawsuit Monday against the Obama administration.
Bill Maher still lobs insults, though he's now a leading figure in the controversy over Rush Limbaugh's untoward comments about Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke, for which he apologized. Twice.
Mitt Romney needs a "Newt moment" to woo voters who now revere Newt Gingrich for his attack on CNN anchor John King in the last Republican presidential debate. The 19th bout looms Monday night; it's NBC News anchor Brian Williams' turn to wrangle the GOP hopefuls.
"For the politically challenged, let me spell it out: R-E-V-O-L-U-T-I-O-N. This country is in a state of upheaval," says Brent Bozell, president of the conservative Media Research Center.
Republican leaders have abandoned theirs," Mr. Bozell says.
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