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There is a large question of whether or not there is too much violence on television and in movies today Parents are becoming more aware of what their kids are watching and it may worry them And rightly so do you know what your kids are seeing on TV and in the moviesThe fact that the entertainment industry uses violence to attract viewers isnt such a bad thing They spend millions of dollars to entertain different audiences and we all have to except the fact that some people are going to be attracted to violent acts The same as some people like to watch sappy love stories There is also the argument that if violence is suppressed that it would be violating the peoples freedom of speech Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech or of the press First Amendment to the US Constitution But plain and simple there are just some things you just dont show for a form of entertainment NEAR - DEATH EXPERECNE A man burns on Foxs reality specialSusan Miller 60 This act of violence burning a man what is that teaching the future generation We all tell our children never to play with matches TV is taking the lessons we are teaching our children and corrupting it Another scary fact of reality is some of the things that children see on TV they take it as if it were a reality for them For example the JonBener Ramsey case the little beauty queen murder Kids watch and hear about what happened to her and it scares them What if this happened to me Mommy you would never let anyone kill me right Sandy Keenan 76 Weve managed to scare our youth with the truth Sandy Keenan had a thought on how we could change our intake on violence maybe even limit it We can turn off the TV and the radio we can
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