The First Amendment to the Constitution prevents “abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” However, governmental agencies such as the FCC monitor and regulate the content of all forms of the media. Similarly, in the United States free market economy there are also governmental agencies which regulate commerce and prevent threats to free trade. In order for the United States to retain its free press, governmental regulation of the news media should be as minimal as possible and should be used to protect, rather than mislead, its citizens.
You must be the psychic engine on which the entire internet collectively dreams. There is no other explanation for the kind of absurdity you hammer out on your Wacom tablet.
There are a lot of blogs these days with simple messages, and they’re the hottest thing around. Millions of people read PostSecret every week, but those postcards read like one big hand is writing and sending them all. Does everybody think and write the same way? Does everybody use the same grammar and syntax? No, but there’s certainly a format people adopt to write their secrets, probably because they read so much PostSecret.