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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Canadian Broadcast Standards Council
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is an independent, non-governmental organization created by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters to administer standards established by its members, Canada's private broadcasters. - Source: Wikipedia
"The attraction of [Friedrich] Nietzsche to socially maladjusted young men is obvious, but it isn't exactly simple," writes Matt Feeney at Slate.
The Dire Straits song "Money for Nothing" was ruled by the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council to be "extremely offensive" and thus inappropriate for airing on radio or television because it uses an anti-gay slur.