In a recent online article on FoxNews.com, it exposes the collusion between liberal reporters in their attempt to spread propaganda to millions of Americans. One rather remarkable post on one of these litservs was a question by radical UCLA law professor Jonathan Zasloff, in which he asked, “I hate to open this can of worms, but is there any reason why the FCC couldn't simply pull their broadcasting permit once it expires?" It is obvious that a man like Mr. Zasloff does not believe in free speech or the limitations placed on the government by the First Amendment of the US Constitution. (Further, as the Founders ponted out, since Congress has not been granted the power to censor television stations, it simply cannot do this—even if the First Amendment had not been created. I decided to write to this “professor.” Here is the text of my written comments:
I read on the internet that you wrote that the government should be able to shut down Fox. You have a lot of degrees, but apparently you have never heard of the First Amendment. Perhaps you believe that the only viewpoint that is worthy of free speech is the socialist-collectivist-altruist one. As an alumni of UCLA, I am embarrassed that a "professor" would not understand how the First Amendment operates.