From what I understand that's why fox news isn't allowed in Canada.
Sounds fun, but no.
The CRTC regulations apply only to Canadian broadcasters using Canadian airwaves; they do not apply to the Fox News Channel, which is a non-Canadian entity transmitted via satellite and cable, not broadcast over public airwaves.
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Also, I was addressing his, and most on the left's, assumption that voter id law is to disenfranchise minorities.
It's not an assumption. The NC legislature requested information on what kinds of IDs various racial groups held the most, and then passed a law making the types of IDs held more by blacks invalid as voter ID and requiring the types of ID held more by whites. The law is explicitly designed to make it harder for black people to vote.
The interviewer was a little skeptical, but for the most part let this mouthpiece ramble on unchallenged.
American journalists are such wimps. The BBC interviewers will pound a question over and over again to try to get the person to actually answer it, and challenge them on BS claims. They can't force the person to answer but after being asked three times in a row it's at least painfully obvious they're dodging. And yet they're still able to get interviews the next day, which is what American journalists seem worried about. I wish they would shape up and stop worrying so much about "access".
Frankly, I don't consider you human: you're a mere inferior primate, insufficiently evolved to be worthy of inclusion in the species. You should be stripped of all rights and property, enslaved, and -- when you eventually are unable to do useful work -- harvested for your organs and discarded.
And you probably think you're the one with superior morality. Disgusting. People like you give atheism a bad name.