Stop the production and airing of the new reality show Stars Earn Stripes
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Stop the production and airing of the new reality show Stars Earn Stripes

    1. Mark Lambert
    2. Petition by

      Mark Lambert

      Battle Creek, MI

War is not entertainment. This show glorifies militarism, presenting war as an acceptable method of resolving conflict and, in the process, raising higher hurdles for educators, clergy, and activists who promote nonviolence. We demand the removal of this show from the network lineup.

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    1. Reached 50 signatures
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    3. Reached 25 signatures

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    • LJ Roberts OAKLAND, CA
      • about 2 years ago

      Military training is not a celebrity competition. Military training is what helps keep our soldiers alive. SHAME ON YOU!!!!!

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    • Charles Padgett BRIDGEWATER, VA
      • about 2 years ago

      Charity disguised as profieering. The producers, contestants, and viewers of this shameless enterprise leave, again, no doubt as to what defines the U.S.: just follow the money trail.

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    • Kathryn Crawford TOLEDO, OH
      • about 2 years ago

      Dear NBC,

      Please do not provide the opportunity for the developing young people of our nation to learn from and be influenced by this potentially harmful program. Instead, please consider your position in society as a responsible major media outlet in the education of young citizens of our democratic political system.

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    • Richard Warnick DRAPER, UT
      • about 2 years ago

      When I saw the promo for this, at first I thought it must be an over-the-top parody of "reality TV" and corporate programming. Then I quickly realized it was an actual show.

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    • Sharon Shepela BOLTON, MA
      • about 2 years ago

      You have stepped over a line of decency by portraying war and killing as "reality entertainment." As an educator I strongly object.

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