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Author Topic: Why Does the FCC Allow Sinclair Broadcasting to Violate Station Ownership Rules  (Read 171 times)

Offline JimIO

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The FCC hasn't been referred too as the Federal Corporate Coddlers for nothin'. Someone's getting a  $$$$$$ kick-back.
I can't decide upon what's worst, young and stupid, or old and chemically dumbed down.

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Looks like something is rotten in Baltimore (besides the rats and Orioles).
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