Link of the Day: A Cruelly Fair Set of Restrictions on the Media’s First Amendment Rights

Posted on January 21, 2013 6:00 pm

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4 Responses to “Link of the Day: A Cruelly Fair Set of Restrictions on the Media’s First Amendment Rights”

  1. seanmahair says:

    Not to worry the 4th Estate is so busy subverting it’s own rights that they won’t even notice the subversion of everyone else’s rights. After all they have bloggers and on line news organizations to do their primary job for them. It’s like welfare and food stamps except the press gets to go places and talk to people no one cares about, perpetuate lies and get paid for it. It’s a pretty cushy job especially since they don’t have to make any moral decisions. Win, win for them, lose, lose for the country.

  2. Vaktatunnen says:

    Yep, let’s register stories. They can be dangerous. In fact, let’s register ideas themselves. Not all killers had guns – in fact, probably the most deadly object over human history has been the ol’ two joined, inclined planes. You know, stabby, cutty things. But every killer had an idea; a thought. So register those thoughts. Yes, Journalism: The Career of Evil.

  3. Writer says:

    They left out the two most important parts of the Print Industry:
    A) All type must be hand-set to remind the reporters where their information goes.
    B) All printing Presses must be muscle powered so no one information source can have a monopoly on the news.

  4. CTCompromise says:

    …And don’t forget to publish the home address of every reporter, with a map showing where they are.

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