Special Session is back
Paul Stekler's Special Session is back on the air again this year. It's a weekly half-hour TV show on PBS. This session, it starts up this Sunday the 4th at 11am.
From the press release:
Something on PBS leaning to the left? No way! I'd never, ever possibly dream of believing that.
Produced in Austin, Special Session will interweave documentary and discussion to stay one step ahead of the legislation destined to affect our lives long after the legislators head home. The first month's programs will feature a look back at the late Gov. Ann Richards (including a short
documentary using never-seen-before footage), former state Comptroller John Sharp looking back on the school finance plan he helped pass last year, and the impact of human service cuts across Texas.
It's a grim commentary on the mentality of conservatives that any coverage of "the impact of human service cuts" is taken as proof of left-wing bias.
Then there's also that notorious leftie, John Sharp...
For crying out loud. You can let us have ONE media outlet, surely?
Y'all pretty much got all the rest.
Posted by When-s Sine Die? @ 02/06/07 05:04 PM
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