Editorial from the Detroit Free Press:

Television broadcasts shouldn’t be filled with curse words uttered without regard to purpose, time of day or relevance. But it’s equally true that the Federal Communications Commission, which has adopted increasingly aggressive but vaguely defined standards for punishing broadcasters who air curse words, shouldn’t have such a free hand in suppressing speech. […] Assuring decency is one thing. Rogue censorship is another. And the FCC seems to have forgotten the distinction.