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A sparkly and sparky holiday gift
It’s a lawsuit! See? I haven’t forgotten how deeply satisfying lawsuits can be, but over the past four years…well, you know. Anyhow, as the Times headline suggests, this one is exciting: The ‘Red Slime’ Lawsuit That Could Sink Right-Wing Media … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism Tagged CNN, defamation, Dominion Voting Systems, Federal Communications Commission, Floyd Abrams, Fox, Kyle Griffin, Newsmax, OAN, right wing media, Ronald Reagan, Rudy Giuliani, The Fairness Doctrine Comments Off on A sparkly and sparky holiday gift
Bill of Campaign Rights: Campaign advertising
Campaign advertising. Of course, unless we have some control over campaign presentations, no amount of clean money will guarantee a clean campaign. So the second part of this new Bill of Rights will involve the campaigns themselves. I’m now going … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, The Facts of Life Tagged Citizens United, Constitution of the USSR, Federal Communications Commission, National Advertising Division, National Advertising Review Board, political advertising Comments Off on Bill of Campaign Rights: Campaign advertising
What about Fox News’s license to broadcast?
After posting that previous thing about Fox News, I became curious–not for the first time–about how Fox maintains its broadcasting license given the multitude of ugly problems it spews out every day. (Oh, gee, sorry, I think I’m supposed to … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, The Facts of Life Tagged Federal Communications Commission, federal government agencies, racial discrimination lawsuits, sexual harassment lawsuits Comments Off on What about Fox News’s license to broadcast?