In a Wall Street Journal op-ed Friday, Sen. Jim DeMint argued that if PBS, CPB, and Sesame Street can afford lavish salaries for their executives, then surely they have the money to survive as private, non-commercial broadcasters. (He doesn't even mention how people chipping in $25 to "save" shows like Sesame Street might feel misled if they saw the salary numbers.) Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tim-gr...means-taxpayer-help-isnt-needed#ixzz28iPIdMWA PBS President Paula Kerger $632,233 in annual compensation? President and CEO Patricia de Stacy Harrison - $298,884 in reportable compensation and another $70,630 in other compensation? Kevin Klose, president emeritus of NPR - more than $1.2 million in compensation? Sesame Workshop President and CEO Gary Knell received $956,513? Time to end this corporate welfare.