Sandra Shelton Discusses WikiLeaks and 1st Amendment Rights

Sandra Shelton, CEO of StrengthBank

Sandra Shelton vigorously dislikes Julian Assange’s leaking of sensitive military security information in WikiLeaks, his blog.

Sandra contends that freedom of speech ends when “harm begins.” Deciding what is right to print is part of a person’s “moral fiber.”

This is a thought provoking interview that tackles the seduction of the news for the sake of a headline.

Listen to the entire interview. In it, Sandra makes an offer to all listeners to obtain 15 minutes of consulting.

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