12/08/08 -- Anything but Fair
It’s too soon to know for sure what issues the Majority party in the Senate will want to debate next year, but there already is one issue I am watching carefully. Some in Congress would like to reinstate the so-called “Fairness Doctrine,” which, despite the name, is anything but fair.
The Fairness Doctrine mandates that broadcast media outlets (ostensibly because they use the public airwaves) must balance their programming by offering equitable airtime to opposing viewpoints.
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