Talk:Freedom of the press
Dear User:Wschact, I do not see why you keep removing my edits. I 'integrated' your edits and you deleted mine each time. Not OK. Think about it please and discuss here. Please do not start "Revert wars".
You really don't like the line that you keep deleting that says, "It has no precedent in earlier history and remains, to this day, a uniquely American phenomenon." Perhaps you are not from America? That would make sense.
TheAmericanRedoubt 13:27, 8 January 2015 (EST)
- (ec) I integrated your edits as well. The United States was not the first country with freedom of the press. Norway had it first, but later lost it. It is not an unalienable right, although reasonable people would want it for their society. Your "see also" sections generally do not meet Conservapedia style, and I believe the important ideas are already linked in the text. Thanks, Wschact 13:39, 8 January 2015 (EST)
- Corrected it. I strongly disagree that in your words my "see also sections generally do not meet Conservapedia style" that you personally recently wrote into the formerly unwritten See Also standards. I can actually find more than 500 articles (and have see them already in my perusing of CP) that I have not edited that follow those very same See Also standards that I did on the page. What is your specific problem with them? You really seem to be going to far. Thanks.
- Unalienable First Amendment of the Bill of Rights
- Constitution First Amendment Press Association
- Journalistic malpractice
- Journalism and patriotism
TheAmericanRedoubt 13:43, 8 January 2015 (EST)