Thursday, May 20, 2010

Kagan hired Obama man who wants to censor Net. Has suggested targeting Hannity, those 'right wing rumors,' Web


NEW YORK – It was President Obama's pick for the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, who hired radical regulatory czar Cass Sunstein as a Harvard law professor.

Sunstein, like Kagan, has advocated extraordinary restrictions on speech and expressed extreme views on other topics.

In February 2008, Kagan, as dean of Harvard Law School, announced the arrival at Harvard of Sunstein, then a longtime University of Chicago scholar. Kagan called Sunstein "the preeminent legal scholar of our time."

WND previously reported Sunstein drew up a "First Amendment New Deal" – a new "Fairness Doctrine" that would include the establishment of a panel of "nonpartisan experts" to ensure "diversity of view" on the airwaves.

WND also reported that in a recently released book, "On Rumors," Sunstein argued websites should be obliged to remove "false rumors" while libel laws should be altered to make it easier to sue for spreading such "rumors."

In the 2009 book, Sunstein cited as a primary example of "absurd" and "hateful" remarks, reports by "right-wing websites" alleging an association between President Obama and former Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers.

Sunstein also singled out radio talker Sean Hannity for "attacking" Obama regarding the president's "alleged associations." READ MORE...


More White Liberal Scum- Cass Sunstein

1 comment:

  1. You gotta love it when liberals replace the word 'EXPOSE' with 'ATTACK.' Listen to Hannity EXPOSE Obama and back it up with evidence, mostly from the con artist in chief's own mouth, yet these far left vermin call it an 'attack.' It's sad that we have so many moronic sheep in this country who will actually believe these white radical dirtbags...

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