22 November 2007

Ohio AG Opinion Should Create Ethics Dilemma For Journalists

"I'm not a First Amendment expert, but I would think the right to keep one's address from appearing in a news outlet merely because one happens to choose to exercise one's rights would be protected by the right to privacy, which liberals tout in every case possible (even though it's not specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights), except when it concerns gun owners."

-- Nicki, an Army veteran and writer who recently returned from a long deployment to Kosovo.

Editor's Note: Dann is taking heat over his opinion, which supports privacy for law-abiding firearms owners who don't want news organizations publishing their names and addresses.

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