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FreedomWorks Supports FCC's Petition for Re-Hearing on Media Ownership Rules

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the Federal Communications Commision (FCC) petitioning the 3rd Circuit Court for re-hearing on its media ownership rules, Daniel Savickas, FreedomWorks Foundation Regulatory Policy Manager, commented:

11/07/2019
"Orwellian Oregon Wants To Define What A Journalist Is"
"Once again, we're debating who is a real journalist, and who is not. The result of this determination could have much greater impact than anyone realizes."
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Orwellian Oregon Wants To Define What A Journalist Is

In an intersection of well intended laws and unintended consequences, Oregon's Government Ethics Commission has created a debate about what constitutes a real journalist. Once again, we're debating who is a real journalist, and who is not. The result of this determination could have much greater impact than anyone realizes. According to a report in The Oregonian (allegedly a real newspaper),

04/28/2014
The Demise of Print Media on the West Coast
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The Demise of Print Media on the West Coast

Last week, The Oregonian newspaper announced that it was cutting print circulation to 4 days a week, laying off most of its staff, and forming a new digital news company.  In a mostly tacit, but sometimes explicit admission that print media is facing its demise, the oldest newspaper on the West Coast confirmed that the future is in digital publishing.

07/01/2013
In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor
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In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor

As I've written before, the Washington DC Metro is not my favorite form of transportation.   Indeed, I dream of the day when I have a job with a driver who will daily pick me up at my apartment and deposit me at work.  Often I have to take a second to collect myself outside our building to suppress the anger that wells up during the course of my ride each day.  The ride for which I pay ever increasing fares in an ever more cramped car where actual air temperatures have no bearing on the use of heat or AC.  Suffice it to say, we have a swell system.

01/01/2009