Heart and Soul of America?

by Mike on June 11, 2006

in Politics

Americans have decried the lack of standards and decency in Hollywood for many years. Hesitant to impose moral judgments and expressing a desire for freedom of expression, Hollywood has peddled garbage without shame for decades. However it now appears that the Motion Picture Association of Americas found its moral compass by warning parents, through the use of a PG rating, of questionable content contained in the seemingly harmless movie “Facing the Giants.”

Which message may need to kept from children? Christianity of course. We shouldn’t be too tough on Hollywood though. After all, love thy neighbor is a pretty controversial message. Maybe John Kerry was on to something when he called Hollywood the “heart and soul” of America.

Click here for the 411 on “Facing the Giants”

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