Free speech is meaningless if only one position has access to the public square. It's incumbent upon CBS to revise its practices so that those of us with stories about the benefits of abortion can do so in programming and advertising.
Jemele Hill took the praise for Tim Tebow to an entirely new level, claiming that his decision to appear in an anti-abortion ad was just as courageous as Muhammad Ali's decision to not enter the draft.
We are all accustomed to players acknowledging God's help. But just in case the divisiveness of religion had passed unnoticed, CBS, which will televise the Super Bowl, agreed to air an advocacy ad by Focus on the Family, a devotedly religious group.
After accepting an anti-abortion commercial from an evangelical organization, CBS rejected a humor-driven commercial from a gay dating site in which two apparently straight men make out as they celebrate a touchdown.