We don't have a drug problem, gang problem, or gun problem. We have a morality problem. How many of you are parents/grandparents and medicate or allow your little ones to be "calmed" with medication? It's not a coincidence that we medicate almost all school children and our (USA) ranking in world intelligence has dropped, along with long term psychological problems. This stems from not taking moral responsibility for raising and teaching the children because it's more difficult to do so if they're not calm.
To a healthy mind, violence in video games and television/movies are not a problem. But to a foggy developing mind, could it be a different story? Parents should restrict viewing until the mind is mature enough to understand clearly right from wrong. This requires involvement in the child's life more than just coming home and feeding them. Parents need to know how mentally mature their children are, and quit doping them no matter what the school wants. Lets get back to raising responsible, healthy children: who want to play outside because it's fun, know when it's time to play and when it's time to be still because of teaching and training, not because they're high.
We, as adults need to make better decisions, better MORAL decisions. Be careful who you sleep with. Children need a family unit, not just a visiting or part time father. Over 60% of our children are being born to unwed mothers. (I don't know if the following is factual, but it seems so) and most of them have more than one. How can one parent raise a child/children and work to support them on their own, and give the time necessary to support the growing mind? I don't know about your house, but by the time everyone gets home, meals cooked and eaten, clothes and dishes washed, house cleaned, ect, there's barely time with two people helping. All that to say, be responsible!
If you choose not to believe in God, that's your choice. You probably were not told by your parents that there was no God, maybe some, but few. You were taken to church and allowed to make an informed decision. You owe the same to your child. I can't see any problem with having your child taught the commandments, good morals all of them. It also helps answer the question "Why Daddy" much better than "because that's the right way".
This is just an opinion, and it's mine.