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DOJ to determine who is a journalist

That’s scary

6 Responses to “DOJ to determine who is a journalist”

  1. Chas Says:

    My dick is a journalist. Fuck you, Holder.

  2. Austrian Anarchy Says:

    There is absolutely no part of the Constitution that these people can’t manage to understand.

  3. deadcenter Says:

    It’s really, really scary when viewed in light of the number of serious factual errors “reported” by the so-called journalists that the DoJ would approve.

  4. ASM826 Says:

    It is the logical extension of the .gov policy on the 2nd Amendment. If the government can decide who can and who cannot own a gun, why would they not be able to decide who can and cannot be a journalist?

  5. Lyle Says:

    Doesn’t matter. The first amendment protects freedom of speech AND of the press. There’s no distinction between the two whatsoever– The framers wanted to make that perfectly clear.

    “…scary when viewed in light of the number of serious factual errors “reported” by the so-called journalists that the DoJ would approve.”

    Well of course that’s the whole point.

    BTW; there’s no call for being scared or angry. Reacting emotionally simply means they’ve got you. Scared and angry people are controllable people. That’s how it works.

    On the other hand; noble, principled, discerning, aware people are not controllable. See now how this has been working for 100 years? We’ve been losing because we’ve been shocked and tricked into reacting emotionally. Simple as that (which is very, VERY simple).

  6. mikee Says:

    You want simple? Try reading one of Tom Paine’s pamphlets about federalism.

    I don’t believe he was considered a proper journalist in his day, either, but pampleteering was an honorable way to get opinions read in coffee houses even back then.