In June 1934, Congress created The Federal Communications Commission to regulate all forms of communication. At that time, just 23 radio stations were operating in the United States. Although television had been invented, it wasn’t common in American homes until the 1950s. I know because I remember our first one. It had a tiny screen, between 12 and 19 inches. I was pretty young, and while I can’t be sure of the screen size, I do know it was set in a piece of furniture larger than anything else in our living room—huge, like… Continue reading
I wrote the blog Americans for Truth in News in the early-to-mid 2000s during the same period I had a radio show on the Micronet called THE UNCENSORED REPORTER. Both took on the same topic- why almost all the news coming out of the major media (primarily television, but also most newspapers) was about celebrities, sports,… Continue reading
What Would Happen If All the Road Signs Came Down? What do you think would happen to us if we woke up one morning and found all the road signs had been taken down? Confusion? Collisions? Injury? Death? Oh, some of us might know the route we have to take to get to where we… Continue reading What Would Happen If All the Road Signs Came Down?