I hope you will call or write FCC Chairman Kevin Martin and thank him for hiring Penny Nance. You can call us here at BreakPoint (1-877-322-5527) or visit our website and get information on how to do this. Or you can register your support directly.
And to all the shock jocks out there who are pouring sewage into kids’ minds: You’ve got good reason to be afraid—very afraid. A mother named Penny Nance, indignant over what’s on television and radio, is on the job.
Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment by Richard Winter.
To contact Chairman Kevin Martin, e-mail KJMWEB@fcc.gov; call 1-888-225-5322; or write: Federal Communications Commission,
Learn how to file an indecency complaint with the FCC.
Learn more about the Kids First Coalition .
“FCC hires anti-porn advocate as advisor,” Reuters,
“Conservative Christian activist gets advisor position with FCC,” Indianapolis Star,
Chris Baker, “Decency activist joins FCC,” Washington Times,
“Decency Docent,” On the Media, NPR,
Paul K. McMasters, “Wrong way to fight indecency,” Detroit Free Press,
Bill Wilson, “FCC Becoming Pro-family?” Family News in Focus,
“Stern Suspects FCC Fine in the Works,” FMQB,
Simon Dumenco, “Spoofing the FCC’s New Decency Guidelines,” Ad Age,
Pia de Solenni, “Abortion on the Air: One radio show’s disturbing abortion contest,” National Review,
Roberto Rivera, “Special and Unique Butterflies: ‘Lifestyle’ and Self-Destruction,” BreakPoint Online,