From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?
The law should not interfere with the freedom of speech in any form whatsoever. There should be no restrictions or conditions put on any institution or media which would limit that free speech. There should not be any taxes put on institutions or media which would hamper those organizations to be able to profess their beliefs. There should not be any taxes imposed on equipment like cell phones, internet, radio, etc., over and above sales taxes that would be imposed on other products not specific to the information technologies. Giblbert Coleman