A "Legal" 99.9 For Lawrence?

Donna Halper dlh@donnahalper.com
Wed Dec 31 00:24:19 EST 2003

it had been said-=-

>>>This turned out to be a false belief, just like the ones he preached in 
>>>the pulpit no doubt.

and Dan B replied--

>>That is one of the most offensive things that I have ever seen posted here.

I don't think it was meant to offend-- if this is the preacher I think it 
is, there was actually a newspaper article about him last year, when he 
stated that he didn't need a radio license, that Jesus wanted him to 
preach, so he was going to do so.   I remember it because I was scheduled 
for a Let's Talk About Radio and I recall commenting on some of the illegal 
pirates who hide behind religion.  I too agree that we need low-power 
stations, but to say that your particular religious belief gives you the 
right to take over a place on the dial is problematic, no matter who says 
it.  I wondered at that point why nobody had shut him down, but I am told 
his station is actually popular amongst some of the immigrant population, 
so maybe the FCC didn't find it to be a priority to shut him down the way 
they stormed Radio Free Allston way back when...    

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