Gun-rights advocates and broadcasters have something in common when it comes to the Bill of Rights, with each advocating more access and freedom, writes Harry A. Jessell. For broadcasters, "[t]he answer to false, hateful and pernicious speech is not censorship, we say. It's more speech," Jessell writes. "... Maybe you can't cherry pick the Bill of Rights. If it turns out that you can gut one of those 10 amendments, you may be able to gut them all."