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Filed in: Fairness Doctrine | 4:01 PM Aug. 23, 2011

ACLJ Celebrates End of Fairness Doctrine

(Washington, D.C.) - America’s airwaves are safe again. After a years-long fight against anti-free speech regulation, the Fairness Doctrine is n

Jay Sekulow addresses banquet
Filed in: Fairness Doctrine | 11:00 PM Dec. 6, 2010

Don't Bring Back Fairness Doctrine

There's growing opposition to a call by a top FCC official to implement a new policy aimed at reinstituting the troubling Fairness Doctrine that could

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Content type: PressRelease | 4:01 PM Aug. 23, 2011
ACLJ Celebrates End of Fairness Doctrine

(Washington, D.C.) - America’s airwaves are safe again. After a years-long fight against anti-free speech regulation, the Fairness Doctrine is no more. The end to the Fairness Doctrine, which mandated broadcasters to provide equal airtime to op

Fiorina participates in a radio debate with U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) (not pictured) at the KPCC studios in Pasadena

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 12:21 PM Aug. 23, 2011
The Death of the Fairness Doctrine

Your voice was heard. The dreaded so-called\"Fairness Doctrine" has finally been put to rest. Over the years, nearly 250,000 of you have stood with us - adding your name to petitions - sending a powerful message to Washington and the FCC - that reg

Jay Sekulow addresses banquet

Content type: RadioShow | 11:00 PM Dec. 6, 2010
Don't Bring Back Fairness Doctrine

There's growing opposition to a call by a top FCC official to implement a new policy aimed at reinstituting the troubling Fairness Doctrine that could put conservative talk radio - including this show - at risk.

SEKULOW AND HURD LEAVE US SUPREME COURT BUILDING.

Content type: RadioShow | 11:00 PM Dec. 5, 2010
A Return of the Fairness Doctrine?

A top FCC official wants to clamp down on broadcasters with a new policy that amounts to the implementation of the troubling Fairness Doctrine. At risk: conservative talk radio and shows like this one. Stand with the ACLJ and oppose a return to the F

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:00 PM Dec. 5, 2010
Stop FCC's New Push for "Fairness Doctrine"

It may have a new name, but don't be mistaken - we're talking about a possible return of the troubling Fairness Doctrine. What's disturbing is this: There continues to be a drumbeat from liberals who would like to shut down conservative talk radio -

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 12:00 AM Oct. 21, 2009
The War on Fox News'ism

White House Communications Director Anita Dunn recently told the New York Times that Team Obama is\"going to treat them [them being Fox News] the way we would treat an opponent. As they [Fox News] are undertaking a war against Barack Obama and the Wh

Inside the XM Satellite Radio building in Washington after merger approval by Justice Department

Content type: RadioShow | 12:00 AM Sep. 7, 2009
Protecting Free Speech

The ACLJ is dedicated to protecting your free speech rights and that means supporting legislation on Capitol Hill that would prevent the return of the Fairness Doctrine - a measure that would target free speech for Christians.

Radio show host Limbaugh speaks at a forum hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington

Content type: RadioShow | 12:00 AM Sep. 4, 2009
Say NO To Fairness Doctrine

Find out how you can stand with the ACLJ in supporting legislation that would prevent the return of the Fairness Doctrine - a measure that would curtail the free speech rights of Christians.

U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton attends a Public Radio Debate in Des Moines

Content type: RadioShow | 12:00 AM Sep. 3, 2009
Safeguarding Free Speech

On the broadcast today, a look at efforts underway on Capitol Hill that could result in the return of the troubling\"Fairness Doctrine" - a measure that would curtail the free speech rights of Christians. Join us today and find out how you can help.

View of Clear Channel offices in California

Content type: RadioShow | 12:00 AM Sep. 2, 2009
Fairness Doctrine Returning?

The battle to protect the free speech of Christians continues on Capitol Hill. Legislative efforts are underway to ensure that the troubling Fairness Doctrine does not return.