OK, the NRA started out buying a TV station so they could have their own NEWS network, to get around the campaign reform laws.
Now, I realize this won't happen, and frankly, Idon't have plans for it either, but I just want to know. Aproximately how much would it cost?
At invention conventions, many times they have a "Jewls Vern" section. I guess, that's the kind of "entry" this post is, but I'd love to hear some thoughts.
We could have Reruns of South Park, and The Soprano's, and DeadWood. (The Soprano's really show how organized crime depends on politicians and law enforcement for its continuation.) We could do news from a libertarian point of view. We could have interviews with libertarian candidates, and anarchists, and Austrian economists.
We could even have economic debates between Austrians and Chigagoists. And debates between Constitutionalists (Like James Buchannan, Cato institute people, etc), Paleo-Conservatives (Rockwell, Pat Buchannan, etc.), Libertarians, and Anarcho-Capitalists.
We could obviously interview Libertarian Candidates and Libertarians in office.
We could offer Walter Williams his very own talk show, so he doesn't have to only sub for that Republican party hack Rush. Perhaps we could host a debate between him and Larry Elders (a pro-war libertarian, but still, his 10 things you can't say in America is a really good starting point. It's what converted me from Republican to Libertarian -- that and Bushes WarMongering -- kind of ironic that warmongering is Elder's weak spot.)
Anyway, I'm fantasizing. But it could be real. I would be interested in hearing other ideas, the costs associated with having ones own network, etc.
"Whatever the mind of man can concieve, that can he achieve!"