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Re: Howard Stern In Denver

In reply, no one, Liberal or Conservative, should find any redeeming value
in Stern's programs.

- ----- Original Message -----
From: Douglas J. Broda <dougbroda@mindspring.com>
To: Donna Halper <dlh@donnahalper.com>; Eric Jacobs <EricNH@webtv.net>
Cc: <boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 1999 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: Howard Stern In Denver

> Donna:
> I agree 1000% with FAIR's position on Stern. In fact, my politics aren't
> that far off from theirs. But I do think FAIR, at least as viewed through
> their press releases, leans somewhat liberal (as do I), and I *know* that
> their press releases often have obvious errors. (I can't speak to their
> magazine.)
> Agreeing with most of their positions doesn't mean I'm gonna say they
> make some real boo-boos. :)
> Best,
> Doug
> At 12:35 AM 4/29/99 -0400, Donna Halper wrote:
> >Umm, couldn't we all just get along?  FAIR puts out one of the best media
> >magazines (imho), a magazine called Extra, which tends to do some
> >investigative pieces, is normally very moderate, but specialises in
> >the mainstream media missed.  Last time I checked, there was a lot of
> >huffing and puffing on radio and on TV about who was to blame for the
> >tragedy in Colorado-- Brudnoy had a pundit on the air who blamed daycare.
> >TV blamed video games.  FAIR now says let's blame Howard Stern-- but hey,
> >as the list's official feminist, I do find Howard's comments to be beyond
> >bad taste-- rape is not something to joke about.  Trust me on this.
> >
> Douglas J. Broda
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