PBS to phase out religious programming

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    I never knew that any religious programs came on PBS.
     
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    PBS to phase out religious programming?

    Not really.

    You forget that leftist causes like global warming ARE the religion of the left.

    And leftist issues are the bread and butter of PBS.
     
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    If you only want a leftist perspective turn to PBS, especially radio. They accuse FOX of being biased but never level the same accusation against PBS which of all places should be unbiased.
     
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    I was totally unaware that they had any "religious broadcasting" on PBS. UNC-TV usually airs local cooking shows, interviews with local authors, North Carolina Now, British comedy, and children's programming. I have never given financial support to UNC-TV. Not for any reason, simply because I don't usually watch now that they have moved away from the British comedies I enjoy. I'm not going to boycott UNC-TV because of choices made by the national PBS folks. As far as I am concerned UNC-TV is local.

    As I type this, Sesame Street is on.
     
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