Friday, July 13, 2007

What part of fairness don't they understand? 

Apparently, all of it.

I am signing the petition today to tell the Democrats hands off talk radio. Obviously that's a bit self-interested in my case. But we continue to applaud Senator Norm Coleman for leading the fight to keep talkers talking. Captain Ed has the dialog between he and Sen. Dick Durbin. Coleman later offered a press release, in which he said,
Since the repeal of the Fairness Doctrine talk radio has flourished, thanks to free speech and free market ideals. Americans have not only been witness to, but have directly benefited from, the information revolution that has changed our daily lives. Cable television, radio and the Internet are all in their own ways bringing forward a multiplicity of information and view points. Despite today�s efforts by my opponents, I will continue working to ensure our free speech and free market principles are protected by fighting against reinstitution of the Fairness Doctrine.
Look for more news at Fairness Doctrine Watch.

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