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Removing the Heavy Hand of Obama-era Regulation from the Internet

Joseph Klein, FCC set to reverse innovation-killing “net neutrality” order. Market forces have kept the Internet open and innovative since it was first commercialized years ago, without the need for intrusive government regulation. Yet, during the Obama administration, the liberal majority of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided to inflict the heavy hand of government

House pulls the plug on internet privacy rules, Tell Trump Not to Sign the Bill

Marguerite Reardon, Broadband providers won’t have to get your permission before sharing your web browsing history and other personal data with marketers thanks to a vote today on Capitol Hill. Republicans in the US House of Representatives on Tuesday followed their colleagues in the Senate with a vote to approve a resolution that uses the

Real Honesty: Believe in your future. And believe, once more, in America #Trump

Jackie Gingrich Cushman, Slightly more than a month into his presidency, Donald Trump reflected on his performance so far — both in terms of what’s been done and how it’s been communicated — during a Tuesday interview with “Fox and Friends.” Trump, known for being frank with others about their performance, was equally frank about

Help Betsy Help Students: Fight the NEA

Katie Kieffer, Watch out—Betsy DeVos is President Trump’s right-hand woman on educational reform—and she’s ready to drain the teachers’ union swamp. Beginning with the biggest: the National Education Association (NEA). “Shame! Shame! Shame!” protesters chanted as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos made her first public visit to a U.S. public school, Jefferson Middle School Academy, in

What Is Virtue Signalling?

Beau Albrecht | Return of Kings, Herd mentality explained. Virtue signaling is an attempt to get into the good graces of an individual or group by taking a political stance that attempts to show moral superiority. It allows someone to cheaply gain social status—and sometimes money—through comments or displays that are easy to make in

Soros Funds Google to Stop Populist Le Pen

Jerome R. Corsi | Infowars, Google launches “CrossCheck” in France to censor pro-Le Pen news. Though largely not reported by the mainstream media, George Soros has invested in Google as it stepped up its “Fake News” campaign designed to depress the vote of anti-globalist Marine Le Pen, leading candidate of the conservative National Front (FN) party in

New FCC chair closely guards his strategy to restructure net neutrality

The new chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission under President Donald Trump is keeping under wraps his strategy to revise or reverse the Obama administration’s “net neutrality” rules, but emphasized he is committed to ensuring an open internet. Ajit Pai, 44, a Republican lawyer who has served as a FCC commissioner since 2012, strongly

Campus Liberals Have Lost Control of the Frankenstein They Created

Bob Barr, On today’s college campus, there are two types of speech; that which is deemed acceptable by liberal administrators, faculty, and students — and everything else. It is this rigid standard of so-called “free speech” that conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos encountered last week when attempting to deliver a speech at U.C. Berkeley. Instead of

U.S. Students Make Unimpressive Showing on International Tests

Elizabeth BeShears, U.S. students scored below the international average in math and showed no improvement in reading and science on the most recent Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) test. Every three years, 15-year-old students in countries across the world take the two-hour PISA test administered by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

The Media Will Pay the Price for its Fake News

Daniel Greenfield, The news media isn’t in the news business. The Fake News crusade began with BuzzFeed, more than any other member of the media, and it deservedly ends there. It began with BuzzFeed faking news to kick off a crusade against Fake News. The fake news that BuzzFeed faked was about the threat of

The Google-Facebook Online Ad Cartel is the Biggest Competition Problem

Scott Cleland, By far the biggest competition problem facing U.S. antitrust and regulatory authorities is the Goobook Ad Cartel, the unaccountable dominant chokepoint for monetizing most online news, content, products and services. The evidence is compelling that Google and Facebook have colluded to divide up and corner the online advertising market, and consequently, have deterred competition, devalued