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Exercise Your Right to Free Speech

In the July issue of Townhall Magazine, Robert Bluey, director of the Center for Media and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation, explains why the Internet plays a fundamental role in expanding our right to free speech and how it will influence the 2008 elections.  Bluey's piece, "Web of Influence," is a foray into  the mass communication world via the Internet's expanding influence in U.S. politics.  Bluey discusses the phenomenon:

These online innovations [e-mail, blogging, video-sharing Web sites, and social networking] are a symbol of America's strength - making virtually every citizen his or her own publisher. 

You can join this "web of influence" by setting up a blog on  Our site gives bloggers a venue to voice their opinions and our print magazine features our very own bloggers every month!  Exercise your freedom of speech - and have a chance to be published in an upcoming issue of Townhall

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