PUBLIC RADIO VOTES ON REMOVING RELIGIOUS PROGRAMING
By Moody Adams The leaders at PBS headquarters are looking closely at instituting a rule that would strip a public television station of its PBS affiliation if it broadcast any religious shows.
The Washington Post says stations have begun wrestling with the possibilities of the rule. The purposed ban would leave stations such as WLAE in New Orleans, which is partly owned by a Catholic lay group, has been presenting the morning Mass since it went on the air in 1984.
Bit by bit the government is chipping away at religion, as we move toward being a pagan nation.