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May 25, 2021

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David Pellow

Rick: When Jemmy Madison wrote up the First Amendment, the biggest megaphone in town was the newspaper. The guy who owned the pro-Federalist printing press did not have to print your pro-Jefferson opinion (and vice versa). Some guy named Hamilton started the NY Post to be a Federalist megaphone (only). And today, your local laundromat is free to take down any "community announcement" from its bulletin board, because, you know, private property. So, why should Facebook et al be limited in policing the use of their private property? (P.S., I don't have a Facebook account and won't go near it.)

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