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The Constitution Protects Us from Government. And Only from Government

Candidate Donald Trump ran on massive regulatory rollbacks. And won thereon. Since being sworn in, he’s – in very un-Washington-D.C.-fashion – adhered to and started implementing his campaign promises. Including his regulatory rollbacks – pledging cuts of “75% or more.” Serious business. His Cabinet almost inarguably is the most deregulatory in our nation’s history. To

Competitive Reality of 5G Threatens Previous-FCC’s Title II Net Neutrality

Scott Cleland, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai gets it that 5G wireless is a gamechanger for the rationale underlying the Wheeler-FCC’s Title II Open Internet order and net neutrality policy. Fast-changing markets and new competitive realities are a huge threat to the viability of the previous-FCC’s Title II Open InternetOrder and net neutrality policy because they are based on

Here Are Obama’s 11 Worst Regulations

Aaron Bandler, Over his two terms, President Barack Obama unleashed a copious amount of regulations, his administration adding thousands of pages to Federal Register, which now totals 97,110 pages of regulations, a record number. Here are 11 of Obama’s worst regulations imposed by his administration. 1. The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan. The Clean Power Plan requires

The Biggest Impediment to Economic Advancement: Government

Seton Motley, The U.S. economy continues its Obama administration-long hobbled limp. President Obama will be our nation’s first to never, ever have even one year of 3% or higher Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. We are the United States of Anemia. Why? Government. The private sector is under full-on governmental assault. Just the federal government

The Incompetent, Pathetically Slow Government Has Placed Itself Between You and the Economy

Seton Motley, Behold “Mother May I?” government, where the private sector can’t do a thing, make a move, invent or innovate until after the incompetent, pathetically slow government finally gets around to granting permission to do so. If we’re lucky – more likely than not, they’ll say Nay. This is why our economic growth has

Plan to Kill the Internet Uncovered – 10 ways web freedom is being butchered worldwide

 The Internet has emerged as the most empowering tool of individual freedom since the Gutenberg’s press, affording billions of people worldwide not only the tool of instant communication, but access to a wealth of liberating information, freedom from the chains of received consensus, and the opportunity to become their own media platform. This represents an

We don’t want the government violating newsrooms, political speech, or the internet

This past week a long-existing pernicious problem finally broke through to wider attention – thanks in large part to a two-weeks-ago editorial by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Ajit Pai. The FCC Wades Into the Newsroom Why is the agency studying ‘perceived station bias’ and asking about coverage choices? An excellent question – what with the

Net neutrality and the internet

By: Seton Motley,  The Left’s mantra has always been “Progress.”  And by that they mean delivering the societal and cultural wrecking ball – smashing all that stands in its way as it swings towards Utopia. Their idee de guerre?  Progressivism. Progressivism is a general political philosophy based on the Idea of Progress that asserts the

Stop AT&T’s Latest Attack on Net Neutrality

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  From electricity to earmuffs, once you buy a product from a company, it shouldn’t be any of its business how you choose to use it. Then there’s the upside-down world of AT&T. The telecom giant just announced it is crippling the FaceTime video calling app on its customers’ iPhones unless they subscribe to a