The slow death of press freedom in America.
And not, like, the crime wave that’s earned his state the dubious designation of “kidnapping capital of America.”
Despite the fact that most of his fellow citizens apparently support that new immigration enforcement law, Mayor Phil Gordon not only condemned it, but blamed its passage on … talk radio, and the absence of the “Fairness Doctrine.”
Henry Waxman has served in the House of Representatives for the past 36 years. He supports the Fairness Doctrine, Cap-and-Trade, and the implementation of government-run health insurance. Six years ago he facilitated the efforts of Medea Benjamin, Global Exchange, and Code Pink to deliver a combined $600,000 in medical supplies and cash to the families of the terrorist insurgents who were […]
Stop me if you’ve heard this one:
Right-wing fanatics, casting doubt on the loyalty of every President of the United States since Herbert Hoover, are pounding the U.S. people, this Presidential election year, with an unprecedented flood of radio and television propaganda. The hate clubs of the air are spewing out a minimum of 6,600 broadcasts [...]