To print, nor not to print
Some readers like to tell you what you ought to print. Not me. You and your publisher have the power to print whatever you want. Conversely, you have the power to not print some things. For instance, you have the power to refuse to print some Letters to the Editor, and such a denial would not be a violation of the letter writer’s First Amendment rights. The letter I am now writing contains no rant or diatribe, no vilification of someone’s religion, no coarse language, no name-calling, and no possibility of inciting a riot. On the other hand, you may choose not to print it. After all, you have the power.