Even conservatives like myself can find some solace in the Democrat's recent rise to power. An article on TheStreet.com discusses the likelihood that the tipping of the political scales will likely mean that net neutrality will be preserved. The House of Representatives passed a version of the bill that was stripped of net neutrality language… Continue reading Democrat victory likely a win for net neutrality, possibly poker
Argh. Ok, I wasn't going to do it, but Mike seems insistent on passing this little piece of trash around the blogosphere. Here's a lawyer who thinks that the wire, not the people who create the contents that flow through it, have free speech rights. Even if neutrality mandates made good sense, they should not… Continue reading First Amendment Rights of ISPs?
Michael Rebmann over at North Buffalo Journal and Review is fighting the battle against net neutrality. He posted a video from NetCompetition.org to aid in his argument that the government must remain hands-off in this debate, no matter what. Now I understand that Michael's a Libertarian, and while I agree with many aspects of the… Continue reading Fighting for Net Neutrality
What if companies sponsored roads, like the "HSBC I-190"? Then, let's say they made all the exits that would lead you to a nearby HSBC branch 4 lanes wide, always freshly paved, and if you exit there, a nice gentleman in a tux would hand you a cup of coffee while you wait for the… Continue reading Do not enter