CBS critic now lauded on CBS for role as stay-at-home dad

In 2003, <a href="http://www.wnd.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=35289">Mike Paranzino</a>, a conservative activist, organized BoycottCBS.com in response to the Tiffany Network planning to air a horrendously biased (not to mention poorly acted) miniseries on Ronald and Nancy Reagan. Paranzino and others were successful in getting CBS to drop-kick the dramatic monstrosity to a sister cable network Showtime.<p>Fast forward to today, and CBS and Paranzino again cross paths, but this time on more amicable terms. Today's edition of <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/08/03/earlyshow/series/main713664.sh... Early Show</i></a> featured a now-retired stay-at-home dad. Correspondent Tracy Smith reported the feature. No mention was made of Paranzino's fight with CBS, although his career as a political activist was mentioned in passing.</p><p /><p>
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Ken Shepherd
Ken Shepherd
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