The Battle for Talk Radio:
Powerful Foes Want to End the Gabfest
The enemies of talk radio are firmly in control of the White House and Congress. Sen. Chuck Schumer and his fellow Democrats are promising an all-out attack on talk radio.
With a new "Fairness Doctrine" backed by an Obama White House, political talk, as we know it, will end.
If these forces of darkness win, Rush, Imus, Hannity, Savage, Beck, and dozens of other major hosts will be muzzled by using federal regulations to control political talk.
So, what's their plan of attack?
As Newsmax magazine reveals in its special report, "The Battle for Talk Radio," leading liberals in Congress, the Democratic presidential candidates, and even some Republicans speak openly of their plans to end conservative talk radio using federal regulations.
Their weapon: a revived Fairness Doctrine, which would once again require stations to air divergent points of view — a clever ruse that makes station owners leery of airing controversial talk-radio hosts fearing law suits and federal sanctions.
With a new Fairness Doctrine, you could see many top conservative radio hosts canned.
This Newsmax special report also features an exclusive interview with Fox News host Bill O'Reilly who tells Newsmax there is no question a plan is being hatched. "The far-left kooks will try, but they will fail," O'Reilly says.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- Why the Don Imus controversy was the first skirmish in a bigger war
- Hillary Clinton's secret role in getting Imus fired
- Why Imus calls Hillary "Satan" and vows revenge
- Talker Glenn Beck's chilling prediction for freedom of speech
- Why liberals can't win ratings in radio — but conservatives do
- Naming names: powerful Democrats who favor the Fairness Doctrine
- How Ronald Reagan torpedoed the Doctrine — and fought off its reinstatement
- Trent Lott's surprising remark about talk radio
- How Rush Limbaugh turned the tables on Sen. Harry Reid
- Wesley Clark's campaign against Limbaugh
- Media Matters' "blacklist" of conservative talkers
- National Public Radio's tilt to the left
- Laura Ingraham's dire forecast about a Hillary Clinton presidency
- How presidents tried to wield the Fairness Doctrine for political advantage
- Imus' new simulcast partner: "Training Mules and Donkeys"
- Talk radio and the "new McCarthyism"
- GOP Rep. Mike Pence's campaign to stop the Fairness Doctrine
- Clear Channel's strategic moves to "appease" Democrats
- The supposed adversary that saved Air America
- How the Fairness Doctrine's repeal led to the surge in talk-radio stations
- The lawsuit that threatens political talk radio
- How Democrats can re-impose the Doctrine — without congressional action
- And much more
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