- Try this soundbite from CNN's advert/interlude : " . . . can be punished for that opinion" . . . as announcer Richard Quest read from the script.
- Freedom of speech, implies that opinions in themselves are not punishable. Much like Voltair's right to freedom of speech and by extension life. What does CNN mean can be punished (for an opinion)? Be required to retract that opinions at most? Any opinion may also be arguable from an 'existential rights' standpoint. All persons are equal so why does voicing an opinion result in punishment?!? Disappointing, CNN!
CNN's neurolinguistic programming
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