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Shut up, America! The End of Free Speech

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ISBN-10: 1935071092

ISBN-13: 9781935071099

Edition: N/A

Authors: Brad O'Leary

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'There is a core constituency in Congress that doesn't believe the free market of ideas, as top talk-radio talker Rush Limbaugh is fond of saying, is adequately serving the American people. This group believes it is the government's right to force an agenda onto the public, because the public is too unenlightened or too primitive or too provincial for its own good. In other words, this core constituency believes that you and I aren't smart enough to figure things out for ourselves, and that we need their help in order to form the correct points of view - their points of view..'In this groundbreaking new book, Brad O'Leary, author of the critically-acclaimed 'The Audacity of Deceit: Barack…    
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Book details

List price: $25.95
Publisher: WND Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/14/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Bradley S. O'Leary has been involved in politics for more than twenty-five years, and his newsletter, the O'Leary Report, is one of the most influential publications in American politics. More than sixty senators and congressmen have been his clients, including Senators Bob Dole and Howard Baker. His NBC radio show ran for seven years, and he has also been a contributing columnist for USA Today Weekend magazine. O'Leary is currently president of Associated Television News in Los Angeles.

Introduction
Left-wing, Media Monopoly
The First Amendment Under Attack
History of Suppression
Targeting Free Speech
The Incumbent Protection Act
Sea of Voices
Failure of Left-wing Talk
Conservative Success on the Air
Beyond Talk Radio
Christian `Hate Speech'
What Congress Will Attempt to Do
What the FCC Could Do
Meet the Enemies of Ben Franklin and Thomas Paine
Meet the Guardians of Free Speech
Notes