"Our concern is not just anti-Christian censorship, although we will give examples that seem to indicate that that's a particular concern," Mr. Parshall said at a National Press Club briefing. "The current paradigm that we're seeing with censorship seems to be oriented towards people of faith and ideas that are religious based."
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill "need to know our concerns," Mr. Parshall said. "... We don't want legislation or regulation, we want voluntary compliance. But sometimes, you need to take actions to get the attention of the people that you want to be attentive to your issues."