From the Institute For Policy Innovation’s “Tech Bytes“:
Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich said that his new House Government Reform subcommittee would focus on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and hold “hearings to push media reform right at the center of Washington.” What is driving Kucinich? “We know the media has become the servant of a very narrow corporate agenda,” he said, following with “we are now in a position to move a progressive agenda to where it is visible.”
This is what we have come to expect from wingnut Kucinich, though it is borderline delusional to suggest that having hundreds of channels at your fingertips comprises a “narrow corporate agenda.” And we question whether it is appropriate for Kucinich to use his oversight position to “move a progressive agenda.”
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