McCain-Feingold piece on NRO

The editors of National Review have weighed in on the current court case over McCain-Feingold, sparked by a political documentary that took aim at Hillary Clinton. The case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission will impact how stringently the government may apply the regulations of McCain-Feingold in the future, including restrictions on books and films.

One of the gems from A Clear Danger to Free Speech:

“A documentary film criticizing a senator deserves at least as much constitutional protection as a work of pornography.”

Well said. Unfortunately, many of our distinguished politburo members senators don’t see it that way.

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