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Is The FCC Looking To Backdoor The Fairness Doctrine?

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(12/11/2013 12:12:42 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content

When Air America was being outrated by police scanners, it was time for liberals to give up and crawl back on George Soros' knee.

- Merv
(12/11/2013 12:03:32 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
"The Fairness Doctrine was to counterbalance the Rushes, Hannitys and Becks with opposing viewpoints"? Typical liberal screed.
1) Why are Beck, Hannity et al successful? They are entertaining. Why did Air America fail? It was NOT entertaining. Liberals don't know HOW to entertain because they have no sense of humor.
2) Unchallenged? What do you call CNN, MSNBC, Democracy NOW!, etc?
3) The First Amendment protects FREE speech, not FAIR speech. Dummies.
4) Life is not fair. Get over it.

- All Mankind
(12/11/2013 12:02:20 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Oh, David and Harry..perhaps you haven't noticed, but the biggest liar of all, Eddie Schultz and his ilk are around, untouched, but..haha, no one listens to liberals talk on radio or TV. Ratings have consequences. You lost.
- BeenThere
(12/11/2013 11:07:17 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Do you think the lies and hate of limbaugh, hannity, beck and their ilk should go unchallenged? If there was someone across the glass to offer a rebuttal, America as a Nation would perhaps be less divided.
- David Aamodt
(12/11/2013 10:23:41 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
The idea of the Fairness Doctrine was to counterbalance the Rushes, Hannitys and Becks with opposing viewpoints. All because of the quaint notion that broadcasters were public trustees and had an obligation to consider all people. Well good luck doing that today.
- Harry Kozlowski
(12/11/2013 10:14:20 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Wake up, NAB. The FCC doesn't know a news story from an avocado. This is the agency that thinks saying F.. on the air is ok if you are analyzing the act but not ok if you say it in anger.
- BeenThere

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