'Gay' paradise never found

by Ted Baehr -- Every day the major newspapers have heartrending stories about attractive homosexual couples who waited years to be deemed married by the state that in reality can't sanctify anything more…

Where are all the homosexuals?

by Ted Baehr -- The news media has been praising the California court decision to allow homosexual same-sex marriage beginning on June 17. Once in a while, however, the press slips on more…

Indiana Jones: Worth the wait

by Ted Baehr -- "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" starts off with a literal bang and hardly ever lets up. Once again, Steven Spielberg shows he can handle more…

A fantastic Narnian adventure

by Ted Baehr -- Just before "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" opens in theaters on May 16, Movieguide® will feature the full review of the movie. In anticipation of the movie, more…

Forever a star: Charlton Heston

by Ted Baehr -- "Those … who lead many to do what is right and good will shine like the stars forever and ever." – Daniel 12:3 (New Life Version) Charlton Heston, more…

Don't be fleeced by Hollywood!

by Ted Baehr -- Intelligence is not your smarts, as they say in New York, but knowing everything you can about the target territory, such as where the weapons of mass destruction more…

Only a fool says there is no God

by Ted Baehr -- Atheists are enraged. The politically correct academic nomenclature is upset. A reporter in Florida even posed as a minister to sneak into a church screening to stop actor, more…

Heath Ledger and collapse of our culture

by Ted Baehr -- Heath Ledger's untimely, tragic death is off the front and back pages of newspapers, but Ledger is just one of the many young people who come from the more…

Glorifying a lying, rebellious brat

by Ted Baehr -- Despite the hype, "The Golden Compass" is a mediocre movie with lots of eye candy and too many boring speeches. However, given the promotion budget, many people will more…

'Redacted' pushes left-wing agenda

by Ted Baehr -- Director Brian DePalma, who made his name making violent horror movies portraying the killing of women ("Dressed to Kill" and "Body Double"), has always been a gadfly on more…