The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the agency that has recently levied large fines against rapper Eminem and radio host Howard Stern for using "obscene" or "indecent" language, and launched an investigation into the baring of Janet Jackson's breast during the Super Bowl.
But of course there's a lot of obscenity on TV and radio that never gets reported to the FCC and about which they are doing absolutely nothing. You can hear it on the news every day: Politicians contemplating stupid new laws; bureaucrats spouting bureaucratese; outrageous court judgments that fly in the face of personal responsibility; State of the Union addresses. I'm sure you'll agree that these things can be much more than anything that comes out of Eminem or Howard Stern's mouth. Certainly more obscene than Janet Jackson's chest, which I personally would like to see more of.
So the next time you see or hear one of these indecent broadcasts on television or radio, make careful note of the date, time, network, channel or station, program title, and description of what you saw or heard. Then go to this website and fill out the form to file an official complaint with the FCC:
It's essential that concerned citizens like ourselves start combatting some of the filth that is permeating our airwaves and corrupting the minds of impressionable young children. This country is going to government in a handbasket.
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