Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Charlie's Smart Move: "Conservative, Not Republican"

Of course, the Godfather is correct in distancing himself from the "R" label. It's clear that there is a bright line separating "Conservative" from "Republican."

Beginning with, for example, the Federal Department of Education. But I digress.

Here's the news story:

Having failed to shut down conservative talk radio through every means possible, including well- funded attack sites, smear strategies and so much more, the left has opened up a new front on its war against viewpoints they oppose. The new approach: simply sue your political foes right out of business.

In what appears to be a test case for what could become a future trend nationwide, a suit has been filed in Los Angeles against conservative talk station KRLA, which is owned by Salem Broadcasting.

In the suit, David Birke and attorney Johnny Birke argue that KRLA uses public airwaves to push Republican Party causes, an old lefty chestnut.

That doesn't apply in Milwaukee.

HT: Malkin

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