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Networks Say Nothing As Congressional Democrats Bully Climate Skeptics

Politicians send ‘chilling’ requests for funding information to academics, non-profits and corporations because of differing climate views.
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Free Speech Alliance Launches "Free the Internet!" Campaign

In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to implement so-called “net neutrality” and in the wake of the FCC releasing details on the new regulations, the Free Speech ...
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Bozell: Network Censorship of Houston Mayor’s Subpoenas Part of Left’s ‘Relentless Assault on Free Speech’

Over the past two days, the broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) have completely censored liberal Houston Mayor Annise Parker’s attempt to subpoena sermons of five pastors critical of the mayor, ...
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CBS Hypes Michelle Obama for 'Praising Free Speech,' Skips Press Blackout of Her China Trip

Ignoring the most important part of the story, CBS This Morning reporter Jan Crawford hyped Michelle Obama for promoting free speech in China. Yet, Crawford never mentioned that American ...
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MRC VP Dan Gainor's Statement to Variety About 'Duck Dynasty' Star's Suspension

Gainor says networks claim to support free speech, actually 'only support free speech they agree with.'
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Free Speech for Conservative Students?

It's becoming impossible to express a socially conservative or Christian viewpoint – as a student. Try to say the G-word or oppose abortion, and watch someone lower the boom.
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Barbaro's Bashing of NYC's GOP Mayoral Candidate Highlights NYT's Double Standards on Religious Mockery

Joseph Lhota is a moderate Republican running for mayor of New York City, but Michael Barbaro's front-page story focuses on an incident from 1999 when he inflamed Manhattan's artsy left-wing ...
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NYTimes, a Journalistic Enterprise, Is Ambivalent About the Free Expression Rights of Others

Times journalist Somini Sengupta is ambivalent about that whole free expression thing, at least when it comes to other people's speech: "One of the challenges of the digital age, as the YouTube ...
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