price of microsoft office 2013 starter best price windows xp pro buying ms office 2007 student buy photoshop cs6 serial number buy autocad for mac australia price of adobe photoshop elements 5 buy dreamweaver cs4 australia vmware workstation 7 discount buy dreamweaver mac os x buy adobe creative suite cs4 for mac purchase adobe after effects cs5 corel draw cheap buy revit structure software purchase photoimpact vmware workstation 7 coupon code how much to buy archicad 13 purchase office 2003 product keys cheap camtasia purchase adobe acrobat distiller purchase windows xp online download price of windows 7 pro buy 2008 microsoft office for mac buy autocad 2009 cheapest photoshop cs3 buy excel 2003 amazon buy mac os x 10.8 purchase outlook express for vista best buy rosetta stone chinese buy filemaker pro 10 software cheap rosetta stone persian

Safire’s A Closet Liberal

postedPosted in Media Matters on June 15th, 2003 by glennm

William Safire, New York Times op-ed columnist and erstwhile Nixon speechwriter, has weighed in against the recent decision by the Federal Communications Commission to lift caps on media concentration in America. Regulate the FCC [NYTimes.com]. I don’t think this really makes him a liberal — more likely a libertarian — but it once again illustrates the old maxim that politics makes strange bedfellows. Another example is the current alliance between New York Sen. Charles Schumer and the Christian Coalition on an anti-spam bill. A tangled Web indeed.

Related Posts:

flagTags: , , , , ,