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If, like me, you read Theodore Boutrous’s defense, yesterday in the Wall Street Journal , of the proposition that the FCC should cease and desist from enforcing any notions of decency in broadcast television, and you wondered what exactly could compel a person to make such vacuous arguments, then Anthony Esolen, writing today at The Catholic Thing , may have the answer for you.  It worked for me.


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