George Will's weekly Washington Post column focuses on the Fairness Doctrine and calls out those on the Left who would support its reinstatement:
Because liberals have been even less successful in competing with conservatives on talk radio than Detroit has been in competing with its rivals, liberals are seeking intellectual protectionism in the form of regulations that suppress ideological rivals. If liberals advertise their illiberalism by reimposing the fairness doctrine, the Supreme Court might revisit its 1969 ruling that the fairness doctrine is constitutional. The court probably would dismay reactionary liberals by reversing that decision on the ground that the world has changed vastly, pertinently and for the better.
No need to be putting the "Unfairness Doctrine" back on the books with unprecedented abundance like that.