True. Alas there is a fundamental importance that all news (unless illegal) should be published. People can make their own opinions on each piece. With regards to the Landis article, it most certainly is news and if you read through the comments, there's a a fair split of opinion on his views of the current state of cycling. The article has 200 commmets and 517 shares in 24 hours which demonstrates that it most certainly is news and news that has propagated across the internet as important news. There can be no arguments with those facts, no matter how one might attempt to censor it.kingjr said:Full hog mode engaged. You truly are one of a kindthehog said:Probably worth adding, that in an age of "fake news" chants which looks of censor news or to read-shape the news, it's important to have stories, opinions from all perspectives. Cookson has his platform the welfare of cycling and there's no reason why Floyd Landis should not have his opportunity to speak and provide his viewpoint (he does have first hand experience). Free speech is the cornerstone of any civil democracy. To suggest otherwise is a little strange.