"WE NEED A PRESS THAT IS DOING ITS JOB," SAID ROBERT F. KENNEDY, JR. BACK DURING THE GEORGE W. BUSH ADMINISTRATION: FAIRNESS DOCTRINE
The only thing I'll clarify here is that concerning the Fairness Doctrine, RFK, Jr., didn't make clear that the networks and stations only had to give equal-time for opposing views concerning editorials and (not or) where someone formally requested that equal time. If no one stepped forward, the opposing view did not have to be aired. This is important because I remember very well that the vast majority of editorials went unchallenged. It was not some terrible burden on the capitalists.
I don't agree with all things RFK, Jr., but given the utterly abhorrent secular government, he has only valid, albeit mundane, points here.