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Revision as of 16:26, 25 May 2011

Here are some of the greatest conservative television shows:

  1. Family Ties: a conservative teenager (played by Michael J. Fox) tries to enlighten his liberal, ex-hippie, underachieving[1] parents
  2. The Office: mockery of liberal political correctness and corporate socialism in an office setting. The character of Ryan in particular is a lampoon of liberal arrogance and immorality.
  3. The Apprentice: liberals stopped watching when they realized that Donald Trump might be conservative.
  4. The Six Million Dollar Man: capitalism at its finest - a government program improving health with technological advances.
  5. The Cosby Show: promoting good family values
  6. American Idol: allowing the best of the public to come to the fore, musically.
  7. 24: Jack Bauer shows us how to beat Islamic terrorists.
  8. Star Trek: emphasized morality, honor, abiding by a strict code of conduct, and problem solving in a science fiction setting that inspired real world innovations.
  9. The Waltons: a family struggles in rural America but promotes Christian morality and charity to strangers, and honors military service.
  10. The Lawrence Welk Show: a clean, family oriented variety show that appealed to Midwestern values.
  11. Chuck: emphasizes family values, honor, and a respect for our nations servicemen.

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  1. The Twilight Zone: a recurring them is that the selfish and the self-centered eventually lose what they sought to gain.

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  1. The father would be criticized by the son for working for less money at a public television station, rather than in free enterprise.