Constitution Day at the FCC

Opinion | Randolph May

No other federal agency’s actions implicate free speech interests as much the FCC’s.

FCC eliminates remaining Fairness Doctrine rules - TheDC

Tech | Tina Nguyen

‘The Fairness Doctrine holds the potential to chill free speech and the free flow of ideas and was properly abandoned over two decades ago’

Schultz, Sharpton propose FCC hearings to keep radio hosts in line - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

Following backlash towards Calif. senator’s Limbaugh ire, Schultz, Sharpton seek FCC action against radio hosts

Fairness doctrine not likely to come back - TheDC

Politics | Amanda Carey

Some members of Congress call for a reinstatement of fairness doctrine after Arizona shooting

On Kagan and net neutrality

Opinion | Dorian Davis

Lindsay Lohan’s spent more time in court than Elena Kagan. Having never been a judge, U.S. Solicitor General Kagan comes to her confirmation hearings without a clear First Amendment record to hint at her possible stance on the Internet’s biggest free speech issue

FCC’s hand smacked over Internet power grab

Feature:Opinion | Adam Thierer

The D.C. Circuit’s decision yesterday should encourage the Commission to pause and reconsider its current approach. Unfortunately, it’s more likely that the agency will instead retrench and fight on in a futile attempt to take the law into its own hands and ignore the will of Congress

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz calls for govt takeover of radio

| Mike Riggs
Ed Schultz craps all over the First Amendment