"We were targeting black audiences," Smith adds. "For instance: Everybody Hates Chris. We knew at 3:30 in the afternoon, that you know, most black kids are gonna go home and flip on that show because it's a black show—the people who are in it are black. So they're gonna watch that. We did SNL, we did Oprah, we did everything you could imagine. It was fantastic." →
Pro-life activist Missy Reilly Smith describes her 2010 congressional campaign, which consisted entirely of running 30-second advertisements depicting aborted fetuses. If you live in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Iowa, or New Hampshire, those ads could soon be coming to a television set near you. And as Tim Murphy reports, there’s nothing the FCC can do about it.