Is it possible in the age of liberal bombardament on television to find shows that sport conservative values? There are a few TV shows out there that are more wholesome and don’t feed into the cultural wasteland.
If you want to watch and enjoy shows that are in line with your conservative values, try these:
NCIS (CBS): US Navy investigators (voted America’s favorite in 2011)
Last Man Standing (ABC): Tim Allen mocks liberal mentality and takes on topics such as fracking, guns and hunting. There is also an aspect of “compromise” brought out that our politicians in Washington could learn from.
Gold Rush (Discovery Channel): embracing family and good old American values.
Duck Dynasty (A&E): a family maintaining Christian faith, moral values and love for business
Blue Bloods (CBS): the question posed on Ricochet.com asks “Why is ‘Blue Bloods’ allowed to Exist?” making it a top conservative choice, with a strong family, and positive portrayals of the Catholic Church.
The Office (NBC): mocking liberal ideology and political correctness in an office setting
The Apprentice (NBC): Donald Trump. Enough said.
American Idol (Fox): allows the public to decide what is good and what’s not
Top Gear (BBC): a car show from Britain celebrating individual freedom, capitalism and private-sector innovation. Often politically incorrect.
Dog the Bounty Hunter: good guys enforcing law and order
7th Heaven: a Christian minister deals with moral and controversial themes.
Walker, Texas Ranger
The Pretender: pro-life with a message about charity and self-sacrifice
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: entirely dependent on knowledge, rewards people who know the most
With an astonishing amount of liberal TV sitcoms on the air, there’s hope for conservatives on a few shows.
A great conservative 3 ½ minutes on the new HBO series, The Newsroom, appears to be the only part of the show that is conservative, but the YouTube clip is well worth watching. It’s labeled, “the most honest 3 ½ minutes in television” on YouTube.
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