July 26, 2007

FCC: Fairness Doctrine Not Needed

No sh*t, sherlock. Tell that to the delusional folks out there who pretend for the sake of their pathetically weak argument that conservative talk radio is the ONLY format you can hear on the radio dial.

Martin, in his letter, said government regulation was not needed to ensure public access to a wide range of opinion. "Indeed, with the continued proliferation of additional sources of information and programming, including satellite broadcasting and the Internet, the need for the Fairness Doctrine has lessened even further since 1987," he wrote.
Game. Set. Match. B.

By Good Lt. at 11:44 AM | Comments |