I'm glad to see this: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2011/0625/With-Courage-New-Hampshire-tea-party-movement-enters-world-of-entertainment
We do need to create entertaining media to counteract the entirety of the liberal media that permeates every walk of life. So, I'm excited every time I see these kinds of efforts. However, my second reaction is - do we have to be so preachy? Why does the show have to be set during colonial times? Why does it have to be names, Courage?
The reason that social liberals are so successful is that their media is entertaining and many don't realize that they are being preached to. The premise of a television show might be based on an idea that abortion is okay, for instance. The lead character might be struggling with an unwanted pregnancy and considering her options. The viewer is drawn in by the choice of the moment, and the fact that abortion is a consideration is taken as a given. So, the writers have made a statement about abortion without making it the primary focus.
The story would be just as interesting and can be just as compelling to have the same story but without abortion being considered. How does the woman prepare for motherhood, for instance? So, instead of being preachy about abortion, it just gets taken out of the script and is not a premise of the life being led by the characters.
I think that the fight for public opinion must start to be more mainstream - comedies, dramas, etc - based on a premise of conservative values without being in-your-face. This is how the libs have done it and this is the game we have to learn to play better.