How are Progressives going to get a TV station!! If we had a Progressive "Fox" Station the public would be informed and not be so naive and misdirected and so stupid. People watch TV. No amount of radio or internet will equal a Progressive TV Station. What is the answer to getting a Progressive station.
Another huge area of "mind control" are political corporatist Churches with their tax subsidies (nonprofit status). If the public got the equivalent of church-welfare, we'd have community centers on every corner instead of mega-rich-churches.

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VictorLozano 5 years 17 weeks ago
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I don't know what country you are in but MSNBC , CNN and all the other news outlets are all Por Obmama. And PBS. WTF are you ranting about?

dhavid 5 years 17 weeks ago
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Frank, it seems to me that the msnbc crew all fall in line with their corporate sponsors, except for this new wild man Jenk, and I wonder how far he will go. msnbc might be considered the right wing of the progressive left wing. :)

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