Censorship: The Threat to Silence Talk Radio

Censorship: The Threat to Silence Talk Radio

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Censorship: The Threat to Silence Talk Radio 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
AnakinFanatic More than 1 year ago
Brian Jennings, along with many others like Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Rush Limbaugh have been speaking about the dangers of large government. Just like Reagan had stated earlier, "Government is not the solution to our problems, Government is the problem." Now, the government wants to expand its grasp on the United States and destroy or at least control the freedoms of the people (epspecially the Republican Talk Radio). They speak on how the government is trying to destroy our liberties and what we as citizens can do against the expanding power of the government.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"censorship" is a very well researched bestseller about the fairness doctrine about how certain democract lawmakers are trying to silence conservative talk radio or try and run their commentery a political agenda instead of the way the radio or tv station wants to run the way it wants to. this is a very intresting book it showed me how certain politicans are trying to tear up the constitution which they swore to uphold. freedom of speech is what our soldiers stood up for and fought for and weather you agree or disagree with a station or paper it should not be censored this book shows how our politicans are ruining the constitution which they swore an oath to.
goright10 More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan of conservative talk radio or if you are an American that places a lot of value in our first amendment right -- then you will want to take the time to read this book. This book talks about the history of the Fairness Doctrine and why it was lifted, the birth of conservative talk radio, what makes them the highest rated programs, and what threatens it now. Keep informed -- read this book.
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Book was very informative, interesting.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a very informative read. I actually learned something that wasn't regurgitated, or otherwise recycled information! The subject captured me until the very end. I was just out of High School when the Fairness Doctrine was eliminated, so that whole time beforehand was a blur to me and I didn't have the foggiest idea of what it was until just a few years ago (I graduated in '85. I'm now 43 yrs old).