Saturday, June 20, 2009

Fox News Mixes Family Values With Porn

A recent discussion between Bill O'Reilly and conservative commentator Amanda Carpenter about children's access to pornography on YouTube had one glitch. While these two cultural warriors lamented how easy it is for kids to watch inappropriate videos, the segment cut away several times to soft porn montages. Clearly, these images could be seen by any youngster who was watching O'Reilly's show:



O'Reilly's report followed Fox's practice of titillating its audience to boost ratings. Brave New Films has produced a video showing how the station known for its right-wing slant mixes in arousing images and subject matter, even in business reports and book reviews. Note that at one point, O'Reilly is conducting another interview when he states, "This is over the top. Roll the tape." Apparently part of O'Reilly's public service is to provide visual proof of offensive material. Remember when watching the following that while the voice-over comes from Brave New Films, the commentators and images are strictly from Fox News:

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