I'm a working family man in Kentucky. First off, I enjoy your news service, and every piece I read on your site I know I can trust. Thank you!
I've read about the media blackout on Sheriff Joe's news conference, and I'm aware of and disgusted at the media's cooperation with the left. The other day, after reading about ABC's new show, "GCB," I emailed ABC and told them that because they aired such an offensive show, I was "blocking" their channel on my television and it would never air again in the Wright household. Of course, I didn't get more than an automated response, but I did follow through on my threat. In the past, I've blocked out CNN because of bias as well as Comedy Central.
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Imagine if I were only one of hundreds of thousands of households that blocked ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, etc., and stated such on a central website where advertisers could notice. Since you have the Web presence, following and other infrastructure available, why don't you consider doing something like this? The networks and their advertisers would see actual names of families who were angry enough at their bias that their channels were being blocked indefinitely.
I'm just a guy in Kentucky with the idea. If you'll take it and make it happen, great!