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'The Learning Channel,' Culture Killer

You didn’t really think I’d post a picture of some “transgender teen” up here, did you? Here is a monarch butterfly instead–in total contrast to the grotesque content of this post, for which I apologize in advance. 387 more words

Pop Culture

Lowe’s Just BLASTED Radical Islam in a HUGE WAY


Ratings plummeted into the toilet for TLC’s (The Learning Channel) show, All-American Muslims. The show, supported by the terrorism-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and other pro-Islam organizations, was used to portray active Muslim families, who are strict followers of their faith, as a peaceful community. 251 more words


Channel Drift: TLC, The (What Was it Again...?) Channel

Who would have guessed that a network that dedicated itself to providing educational television programming would transform into a network that airs reality shows about uneducated, morbidly obese hillbillies, ridiculously large dysfunctional families, psychics, and people with unusual addictions and fetishes? 556 more words

Scheduling, Marianitas, and Links - Quick Takes

By Charlie Johnston

All scheduling issues will now be handled through Mary, the woman who helps me from Denver. Without her, the Northeast would have been a confused mess. 838 more words

Bishop Rene Gracida

... The Duggars ' Interview [#the Kelly File]...

.. I wanted to include the interview that Megyn Kelly had on her show with Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar …

.. yes , I know that what has happened with their son , Josh is controversial . 103 more words

Personal Opinion

Meanwhile, There Might Be A '19 Kids And Counting' Spinoff Series

As Josh Duggar’s child molestation cover-up continues to bob above the surface of the 24-hour news cycle, TLC has a lot on its plate. Never mind the Duggar family’s poor handling of an even poorer situation — the network… 235 more words


Sunday Discussion: Discovery Communications Needs A Wake Up Call

This Sunday Discussion, on a Monday, is not going to talk about problems with Alabama politics, which has been an ongoing trend the past few weeks.  1,410 more words

Sunday Discussion