Don Watkins, co-author of the national bestseller “Free Market Revolution,” argues that businessmen do not have an obligation to “give something back.”
The reporting of news must be left to the voluntary actions of private individuals–any news subsidy inevitably sets the stage for government control of the press.
The critics of media consolidation are frauds. They are not defenders of free speech–they are dangerous enemies of that freedom.
The question is not whether fleeting expletives are indecent, an issue that individuals have a First Amendment right to decide for themselves. It’s whether the Constitution grants government the power to trample on freedom of speech, using non-objective laws to dictate what we can say and hear on the airwaves.
Americans face a choice: free speech or censorship. There is no middle ground.
By employing government coercion to deprive us of the freedom to judge for ourselves what we inhale or consume, the anti-smoking movement has become an enemy, not an ally, in the quest for health and happiness.
Evolution versus creationism, or Darwinism versus Intelligent Design, is not a scientific debate (that debate has long been settled) — it is a philosophical one.
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