Despite several Democratic lawmakers calling for a return of the Fairness Doctrine, which would mandate equal time for political debate on the airwaves and cripple talk radio, President Obama says he has no interest in reinstating that policy. Is this the end of the fight? What other tools could Congress, the FCC and Obama himself employ to accomplish the same goal? How could Obama prove he is serious about protecting free speech on the air? We ask Rich Noyes, director of research at the Media Research Center, a member of the newly created Free Speech Alliance.