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Political officers in the newsroom?

February 20, 2013

This week’s Big Brother freakout comes to us courtesy of the Federal Communications Commission, which is making a strong argument for its own dissolution, because we really don’t need an agency with enough time on its hands to conclude it should be planting political officers in American newsrooms.  Fox News has better reasons than most to worry about commissars frowning at them over clipboards during editorial meetings:


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