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It seems the love affair between the Beltway media and Hollywood elites is cooling. Washington journalists enjoy being the popular kids for an evening, and celebrities relish the attention. But after a while, what could they possibly talk about over their overcooked chicken?
Researchers have long known that the Internet has contributed to pornography addiction by making it so easily accessible. But that ease of access also has leveled the playing field between the sexes.
The geyser of oil escaping the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig offers a metaphor for another sickening substance spreading through our land.
Congress must ensure that obscenity laws are enforced so that children are not exposed to pornography on the Internet, researchers and advocates of Internet safety said Tuesday.