Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others
Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others

Meet the FCC Diversity Czar by Michelle Malkin
Ernest Hancock 
Website: www.ernesthancock.com
Date: 08-16-2009
Subject: Media: Radio

(Publisher: The Left The Left The Left... and the difference is what? Michelle Malkin is not the one to be calling the Kettle Black. But this piece of news is very interesting :)
By Michelle Malkin  •  August 7, 2009 01:01 PM

The far Left Center for American Progress has its tentacles everywhere.

I noted in my column on the Internet Snitch Brigade this morning that former CAP operatives have been installed at HHS and work closely with the health care czar.

At Newsbusters, Seton Motley reports on the new FCC “Diversity Officer” " a racial engineering czar who has been targeting conservative talk radio since his days working for CAP.

Know your enemy:

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a new “Chief Diversity Officer,” communications attorney Mark Lloyd.

But Doctor of Jurisprudence Lloyd is far more than merely a communications attorney. He was at one time a Senior Fellow at the uber-liberal Center for American Progress (CAP), for whom he co-wrote a June 2007 report entitled “The Structural Imbalance of Political Talk Radio.”

Which rails against the fact that the American people overwhelmingly prefer to listen to conservative (and Christian) talk radio rather than the liberal alternative, and suggests ways the federal government can remedy this free-market created “problem.”

* Restore local and national caps on the ownership of commercial radio stations.
* Ensure greater local accountability over radio licensing.
* Require commercial owners who fail to abide by enforceable public interest obligations to pay a fee to support public broadcasting.

These last two get perilously close to the use of “localism” to silence conservative (and Christian) radio stations, about which we have been warning for quite some time.

Blah Blah Blah...
Bottom line is that the FCC was suppose to have no 'jurisdiction' over "The Public Interest" (which is whatever the 'government' wants it to be).
They are to make sure that frequencies of one radio station doesn't interfere with another's. And I think that originally was only if it crossed a state line.
But once you start getting government involved...