July 16, 2007

CQ Radio: Senator Norm Coleman, NZ Bear, On Fairness Doctrine

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Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), we'll have a number of guests talking about the Fairness Doctrine. Our friend NZ Bear of the Truth Laid Bear will join me as co-host and will discuss his Fairness Doctrine website, where people can stay abreast of FD developments. The NRSC's communications director, Rebecca Fisher, will join us for a few minutes in the first half to talk about their new site and their petition, and we believe that Senator Norm Coleman will join us in the second half. Last week, the Democrats blocked Coleman from offering legislation banning government control of political speech, and we'll ask him what his plans are next.

This comes at a critical time for free speech. One third of Americans believe that the government should control political speech not just on the airwaves, but also on the Internet, according to a recent Rasmussen poll (via QandO). Call 646-652-4889 to join the conversation -- while you still can!

UPDATE: Senator Norm Coleman had a last-minute conflict on his schedule and could not join us. Hopefully we can get Senator Coleman later this week.

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Comments (3)

Posted by Freedom Advocate | July 16, 2007 1:15 PM

Speech will be limited if HR 1592 passes - it's being voted in the Senate THIS WEEK.

This video has Public Advocate demonstrating in Washington, DC, protesting the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Protection Act (H.R. 1592), which would grant freedom of speech and put preachers at risk for hate crimes prosecution if they speak against homosexuals. This law would add sexual orientation to federal hate crimes statutes.

Check out this video of a purple Teletubby and Moses getting arrested at the Capitol in this demonstration about the Homosexual Agenda. Go to http://publicadvocateusa.org/ or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUBj51aLV1A

Posted by Jenn | July 16, 2007 1:54 PM

I look forward to hearing NZ on the (un) Fairness Doctrine.

Posted by ERNurse | July 16, 2007 1:58 PM

"Democrats blocked Coleman from offering legislation banning government control of political speech..."

Well, that speaks volumes about the Democrats, doesn't it?