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Broadband Prices: Bernie Sanders and His Gang of Four Are Out of Touch

Broadband Prices: Bernie Sanders and His Gang of Four Are Out of Touch

    By Thomas L. Knapp Back in 1992, US president George HW Bush stumbled over a grocery store price scanner on his way to re-election. Touring a grocers’ convention, Bush gazed in “wonder,” according to the New York Times, at technology well-known to everyone else. Bush went down in history as “out of touch” […]

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

By Alice Salles February 27, 2015—Things have drastically changed for the Internet after the Federal Communications Commission passed the new rules cheered by President Obama. But how will these changes impact you? Obama promises the new rules will “even out” the playing field. Opponents warn about new taxes. But who’s right and how do we get […]

FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

By Peter Fricke After casting a futile vote against the FCC’s plan to regulate the Internet as a public utility, and Republican Commissioner Ajit Pai delivered a blistering attack on the new rules. In his dissenting statement, for sale Pai advanced three main objections to the Commission’s “Open Internet Order:” (RELATED: The Top 10 Failures of […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Net Neutrality

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Net Neutrality

Chip Bok, viagra 60mg Bokbluster.com March 1, cialis 2015   The FCC took over the internet with a 3-2 ruling. President Obama had pressured the independent agency to embrace “Net Neutrality“. The FCC will rule the world wide web as a 1930’s era public utility. Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator. […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

By L.Neil Smith Humankind and caninekind became best friends somewhere between eleven and sixteen thousand years ago, according to Wikipedia. As a student of history and archaeology, I’ve always believed that it was longer ago than that, but for the time being, let’s accept that number. There are various theories about how that friendship came […]

Meet the Brains Behind Obama’s Plan to Regulate the Internet

Meet the Brains Behind Obama’s Plan to Regulate the Internet

In the Wall Street Journal’s stunning expose of how political operatives at the White House overruled the FCC’s own experts to pave the way for this week’s upcoming vote to regulate the Internet, we learned that the key link between a small group of liberal tech executives and President Obama was David Karp, the president […]

F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

By JONATHAN WEISMAN WASHINGTON — Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, rx with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious. The Federal Communications Commission is expected on Thursday to approve regulating Internet service like a public utility, pharmacy prohibiting […]

Title II Will Kill Internet Investment, Critics Claim

Title II Will Kill Internet Investment, Critics Claim

By Peter Fricke , unhealthy Opponents of the FCC’s plan to assume regulatory control over the internet say they are less concerned with what is known about it than with the many aspects that remain uncertain. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ On Thursday, the FCC is widely expected to approve new rules subjecting […]

Is “Net Neutrality” neutral or not?- Responses to Phil Erwin column

Is “Net Neutrality” neutral or not?- Responses to Phil Erwin column

By George Miller  . Phil Erwin wrote an article here attacking the FCC “Net Neutrality” proposal. He believes it is not really “neutral” at all and has other, more sinister implications. Many believe such regulation would be unconstitutional, as the FCC is an agency attempting to write law, instead of Congress. Article I of the U.S. Constitution says Congress exclusively […]

Nothing Neutral About Net Neutrality

Nothing Neutral About Net Neutrality

By Phil Erwin Heard the latest “paranoid” musings about the government using bi-directional television sets to eavesdrop on your every moment? George Orwell’s famous novel Nineteen Eighty-Four predicted that politics would devolve to unseen, unknown and uncontrollable shadow governments taking over everyone’s thoughts, rendering the notions of freedom, choice and individuality essentially moot. Written in […]

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