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by Mark Alexander
On Tuesday afternoon, as our legal counsel was pre-paring a motion to "encourage" AOL to restore de-livery to our subscribers using their e-mail service, our technical supervisor was contacted by AOL’s technical support operations. AOL admitted they had, indeed, deliberately blocked our IP — which explains why some 20,000 subscribers using AOL and their affiliates, Compuserve and Gateway, have not received The Federalist for weeks. While no sufficient explanation was given as to why we were blocked, we were assured it will not happen again. Suffice it to say, the blackout occurred after we pub-lished the latest Christian bashing comments from AOL Time Warner executive Ted Turner.
On March 9th, 2001, in Federalist #01-10, we quoted Turner’scomment to a group of CNN personnel observing Ash Wednesday with an ash mark on their foreheads: "What are you, a bunch of Jesus freaks?" Turner chastised. "You ought to be working for Fox."
The following week, the AOL blackout began. Coincidence, we suppose.... Without our knowledge, thousands of our loyal readers on AOL initiated a protest, which is precisely why the block was lifted. [Of course, we will monitor our subscriber accounts at AOL closely after we publish Turner’s next public defamation of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Thank you for your vigilance!