March 19, 2013
A free people is dependent upon a free press. This is one of the hallmarks of journalism. Reporting without the censorship of government or other entities is what enables total truth to be told.
Telling the truth, however, has been threatened recently in cases of internet censorship. And with that censorship comes a loss of freedom.
Larger companies like Facebook, Google, Apple and YouTube are guilty of some form of religious censorship these past few years.
In response, the National Religious Broadcaster's Association has launched a new project called the John Milton Project to address this dangerous censorship of our free speech and to propose alternative solutions. See their charter report released last fall.
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