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Thursday, November 11, 2004


"Would the FCC conclude that the movie has sufficient social, artistic, literary, historical or other kinds of value that would protect us from breaking the law?" WOI-TV President Raymond Cole said in a statement appearing on its Web site. "With the current FCC, we just don't know."--CNN

Will Private Ryan be saved? You may never know. The only indecent thing about this movie is the lack of Brittish, Austrailian, New Zealand, and Canadian troops. In America we tend to think that we accomplished D-Day all on our own. Anyway, the current climate of fear, in this case fear of being fined by the FCC, is running rampant. I can't believe this is happening in the 'land of the free'. Now tell me Stern's move to satellite has nothing to do with free speech.

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