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Time is running out on free speech in America. A politically-powerful liberal-left movement seeks to silence conservative media personalities. Its vehicle is the so-called "Fairness Doctrine," a federal policy that would authorize bureaucrats at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to monitor and regulate the content of political speech over the airwaves. A liberal majority at the FCC could impose this policy without a vote by Congress. But Congress can stop this dangerous threat to free speech by passing the Broadcaster Freedom Act. This book analyzes the threat from the perspective of veteran talk show host Lynn Woolley and media analyst and critic Cliff Kincaid. They demonstrate that, unless the Broadcaster Freedom Act is passed into law, we may be looking at the death of conservative talk radio if the liberals take the White House in 2008. If you value the First Amendment and want to see it protected, you must read this book and act on the information in it.
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A veteran journalist and media critic, Cliff Kincaid serves as editor of the Accuracy in Media (AIM) Report and president of America's Survival, Inc., a U.N. watchdog group. He concentrated in journalism and communications at the University of Toledo, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and came to Washington through a national journalism program headed by conservative author and journalist M. Stanton Evans. At his college newspaper, Cliff won an award for editorial writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. Cliff served on the staff of Human Events newspaper for several years and was an editorial writer and newsletter editor for former National Security Council staffer Oliver North at his Freedom Alliance educational foundation. He has written or co-authored nine books on media and cultural affairs and foreign policy issues. Cliff was a guest co-host on CNN's Crossfire in the 1980s (filling in for Pat Buchanan) and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. He was a radio talk show host in the 1980s. AIM's website is aim.org.
During his Texas-based radio show, Lynn Woolley is the 'Secretary of Logic,' taking the vital issues of the day, stripping them of their emotion and analyzing them with logic aforethought. Later in the day, he turns from talk show host to political writer, commenting on current events for such venues as the Dallas Morning News and the website HumanEvents.com. Lynn was recently named to the TALKERS Magazine 'Heavy Hundred' as one of the top talk show hosts in America. Lynn's broadcast career has included stints as a radio news anchor in Dallas and Austin, a political reporter, and a play-by-play announcer. He is the author of three prior books. He is a past winner of the Dallas Press Club 'Katie' award, and has won several Associated Press awards for political commentary. Lynn has been a local TV host of the Children's Miracle Network Telethon in the Waco-Temple market since 1986. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin. His website is BeLogical.com.
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