May 4, 2007

The Imus Comeback, Phase I

No one expected Don Imus to stay silent for long. Less than a month after CBS fired him from his morning radio show, syndicated nationwide, Imus has begun his public campaign to re-establish himself by claiming that he delivered what CBS specifically desired -- and he wants $120 million in damages.

At Heading Right, I discuss the First Amendment implications, and predict a quick return to the airwaves for Imus.


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