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Looking for a Health Care Scapegoat: Networks Try to Marginalize Talk Radio

Media blame ObamaCare struggles on conservative stations, reminiscent of 2007 immigration reform failure.

Bill Moyers Indicts Limbaugh, Others for 'Inciting Riots in the Public Mind'

PBS omnipresence Bill Moyers unleashed his anger at Rush Limbaugh and other conservative talk radio hosts on Friday night's Bill Moyers Journal, suggesting they "scream like martyrs being ...

Will the FCC Press Hollywood?

Senators must not ignore broadcast indecency during during confirmation hearings for FCC chairman.

Nearly 400,000 Petitions, Thousands of Calls and Faxes to Pelosi, Reid to Demand A Vote on the Broadcaster Freedom Act

MRC's Free Speech Alliance launches latest grassroots campaign to protect free speech on the radio airwaves.

Bozell Challenges FCC Chair Copps To Call On Speaker Pelosi And Leader Reid To Allow a Vote On The Broadcaster Freedom Act

Mr. Bozell reminded Chairman Copps that last summer Speaker Pelosi would not allow a full, fair up or down vote on the Broadcaster Freedom Act (BFA) - which will prevent the FCC from reinstating ...

National Public Unfairness

There's a huge hole in all of the public discussion about the reimposition of a "Fairness Doctrine" or a return to "localism" on the talk-radio format: What about National Public Radio?

Inhofe: Senate Democrat Amendment Threatens Christian Radio

Oklahoma senator explains Durbins amendment is a veiled attempt to attack talk radio, specifically religious radio.

Bozell: All FCC Nominees Must Vow to Protect Talk Radio From All Government Censorship or Political Speech Or They Should Not Be Confirmed

FCC Chair nominee has expressed agreement with parts of the Durbin Doctrine - the Left's new 'Fairness' Doctrine.

Senator to Force Vote on Bill Banning Fairness Doctrine

Sen. Jim DeMint plans to introduce amendment on D.C. Voting Rights bill to prevent FCC from censoring talk radio.

California AG on Media: 'A Little State Control Wouldn't Hurt Anybody'

Former governor and current attorney general Jerry Brown argues government control of talk radio would ensure balance.
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