quasi in rem

Sunday, February 29, 2004

Good thing there's no law against arrogance...
Howard Stern does have the right to say whatever he wants anywhere, but he doesn't necessarily have the right to say it on that station if the people who run the station don't want him to," Kerry said while campaigning in New York, where Stern's show is broadcast.

The truth is that Clear Channel was directly responding to Congressional pressure. These are public airwaves and Congress has the right to have input, but this was a little different and would not have happened were it not for the fact that it was an election year.


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