Emacs Ctrl-L on Start

Sometime within the last few Fedora upgrades, Emacs changed. Before, the file you asked for was the file you got. Then, someone got the bright idea to put a help screen up first, forcing you to enter Ctrl-L before you could get to work. Being a long-time Emacs user, I hated this. But I couldn’t find out how to get rid of it. Until I found this page that has the magic incantation to add to ~/.emacs

(setq inhibit-startup-message t) ; Don't want any startup message