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Clean TV Conservative Programming discussed on the Political Pistachio Radio Revolution

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On April 15, 2010, CleanTV News made its debut. Billed as a new national television news network, and viewable worldwide, CleanTV endeavors to broadcast to Conservative audiences what people on the Right desire to watch. CleanTV’s opening story covers the national Tax Day TEA Party protests, including a world exclusive airing of the TEA Party Protest theme song, “We’re Going to Have Par-TEA!” by family Ricky Lee Jackson, MD. Just because CleanTV broadcasts from the perspective of traditional moral values, the new TV network is far from a rubber stamp cheerleader for the Republican Party. Quite to the contrary. Tonight’s TV news broadcast features comments from Republican Senator John Cornyn saying that an openly homosexual Supreme Court justice might be acceptable to him. This evening’s edition ends with a humerous memo from “retired drunken sailors” who say that in their old drinking days when they ran out of money, they stopped drinking, unlike today’s politicians who continue to spend. Beyond the new daily news broadcasts, CleanTV in the next several months will be rolling out a wide variety of proprietary family-friendly programming ranging from talk shows to documentaries to sitcoms. A few dozen programs are currently available as on-demand programs in categories including education, inspiration & faith, politics, health, family, sitcoms, history, sci-tech, business, do-it-yourself and family & children. The unofficial slogan for CleanTV News is, “Conservative News without the miniskirts.” Conservative News and Commentary