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Senator Grassley objects to FCC's new "Diversity Czar"

Senator Chuck Grassley sent a letter today to the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, about concerns with the appointment of Mark Lloyd as Associate General Counsel and Chief Diversity Officer.

Op-Ed: Congress Defeats Broadcaster Freedom Act

The Broadcaster Freedom Act, which would have prevented any form of the Fairness Doctrine from returning, has been defeated today. This action by House Democrats stands in stark contrast to Democrat promises, even by President Obama, regarding this issue.

Air America Founder Agrees With Limbaugh on Fairness Doctrine!

Calling the Fairness Doctrine an “anachronistic policy” that is “unnecessary” in this day and age, the founder of liberal talk radio’s Air America said that when it comes to the Fairness Doctrine, he couldn’t agree with Rush Limbaugh more.

The Fairness Doctrine: 20 Years Absent and Trying to Make a Comeback

Change is underway, with some 200 policies said to be targeted for reversal. Although not Congressional policy, will the Fairness Doctrine that was revoked in the late 80s somehow make its way back onto America's media table in current biased form?

Op-Ed: Obama suppresses information from own site

Obama places security measures on in an attempt to stop the hemorrhaging of his own information. The hypocrisy of a leader of change.

Op-Ed: FCC Commissioner Says Fairness Doctrine Could Regulate Web Content

FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell raised the possibility that the proposed 'Fairness Doctrine' bill, if enacted, could result not only in regulation of the bill's main target, conservative talk radio, but of Web content as well. Feel better about it now?

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