Back in December the WND published a review of the Disney movie 'Tangled' after it was released in the US. David Cloud it as an authoritative source to attack the movie. Here is an except: WND, in its typical sensationalist reporting, just as typically gets it wrong. The reviewer ignores the fact that the 'mother' is a kidnapper who has imprisoned a young girl for 18 years while lying to her about her life and background. The reviewer gives us the impression that no matter what happens a child must accept the authority of a parent figure no matter how wrong that person is. Rapunzel does not rebel against her mother, she rebels against a kidnapper. It is this mindset that allows children to be abused by 'parent figures' in their lives. If a parent figure says it, you have to trust them and obey their authority. 'Yes, laugh and sing while children are being stolen' the reviewer writes. The parents in the movie suffered 18 years of anguish after their child was stolen. Yet this review comes from a 'news source' that many consider reliable. That is a scary thought. Yes, eventually WND publishes a parent's response, but even then this apparent supporter of kidnapping does not back down on his opinion that children must submit to parent figures, no matter how wicked. We should never teach our children the lesson of absolute, unquestioning submission to any parent figure. This movie has more of a potential of encouraging a child to deal with an abusive relationship than to teach sinful rebellion. And yet this is the source that many use to support their political views? Something is wrong here.