Last updated: December 22, 2008 - 3:19pm
[Commentary] The founding president of Air America Radio agrees with conservative talk radio hosts: The Fairness Doctrine is an anachronistic policy that, with the abundance of choices on radio today, is entirely unnecessary. When conservative talking heads wave a red flag about the possible revival of the Fairness Doctrine, they know it's a great way to play the victim and rally supporters. But Sinton'll let Rush Limbaugh continue with his self-righteous indignation -- and he'll tune into Rachel Maddow, or one of the thousands of other voices that populate radio today.
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