November 2, 2005


After all, when it comes to the Internet, money hardly translates into influence. Plenty of expensively produced Web sites are flops, while some of the most popular Web sites and blogs cost virtually nothing to run.

The real problem, it seems, is that the speech police don’t like any speech that they don’t get to . . . well, police.

The Hensarling-Reid approach is the best way to head off an assault on the Internet — for now.

The next step is to start reconsidering whether regulating political speech is a good idea under any circumstances.


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