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Wed Jan 16, 2013, 04:53 PM

 

A modest proposal for TV News anchors

All TV news anchors must spent 3 month a year, ON LOCATION, two of which can be in areas they, themselves select, and one month somewhere on the planet where they are assigned randomly from all places on the planet where news is likely to happen within a month.

Rachel Maddow, a month in New Orleans, a month in Washington, DC, and a month in whatever nation might provide news.

Megyn Kelly,\ (born November 18, 1970), formerly known as Megyn Kendall, perhaps 1 month in Newport Beach Calif, one month in Biscayne bay, FL, where no one really worries about taxation, and has lots and lots of money, and she can spend one month in Darfur, or Somalia. (She seems to think government is not needed, and taxation is criminal.

In order to gain one hour on TV, every news caster in America agrees to this as part of their salary. All news stations regard this as their public responsibility, or they agree to fold and go off the air and off cable.

This would apply to all priducers, writers, and editors, as well as on-air people.


If "news" is about understanding people, newscasters must do their part. They are so far away from this now. (I'd so like to see Luke Russert actually have to eat a snail in Paris).

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Jenoch Jan 2013 #1

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Wed Jan 16, 2013, 05:23 PM

1. Who is going to enforce this process

and just how is it constitutional?

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