How Google’s Silence Helped Net Neutrality Win

Robert McMillan,  Wired

Before the FCC voted today to adopt new rules that will make it easier for the agency to enforce net neutrality, the agency’s commissioners heard from three people who believe in an open internet: Chad Dickerson, the CEO of Etsy; Veena Sud, the executive Producer of the Netflix-produced serial The Killing; and Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web. Continue reading

New Docs Reveal Osama bin Laden’s Secret Ties With Iran

THOMAS JOSCELYN,  The Weekly Standard

Show availability of Iran for al Qaeda training, plotting. Continue reading

The Human Right to Offend

by Ronald Bailey,  Reason

No human right is more important than free speech. Continue reading

The return of the death of Obamacare

by Joshua Green,  McClatchy

The possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court will soon eliminate federal subsidies for people buying health insurance through the Affordable Care Act is the biggest story in politics and economics that no one wants to talk about. Continue reading

A Litmus Test for ObamaCare and the Rule of Law

by Ilya Shapiro and Josh Blackmman,  Cato Institute

This spring will mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, the landmark agreement by King John of England at Runnymede ceding certain rights to rebel barons. Liberty will have another chance to shine on Wednesday when the Supreme Court hears a case with momentous implications about another sort of executive power. Continue reading

Obama administration to ban bullets; AR-15 targeted

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

Another week, another example of the president’s unending executive power grabs. Continue reading

DPS REPORT: Illegal Aliens With Terror Ties Entering Through Texas

Ildefonso Ortiz,  Breitbart

Illegal aliens with ties to terrorist organizations have been working  to bring other suspected terrorists into America through a wide open Texas border. Continue reading

Climate scientist being investigated by Congress for not believing in global warming enough

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

Roger Pielke, a professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado, and six others  are under investigation by Congress regarding testimony they’ve given on the subject of climate change. Continue reading

Dear FCC: Thanks for Listening to Team Internet!

by Jeremy Gillula and Mitch Stoltz,  Electronic Frontier Foundation

Today the FCC voted three to two to reclassify broadband Internet access as a common carrier service under Title II of the Communications Act, and forbear from the parts of the Act that aren’t necessary for net neutrality rules. This reclassification gives the FCC the authority to enact (and enforce) narrow, clear rules which will help keep the Internet the open platform it is today. Continue reading

Net Neutrality May Face an Uphill Battle If History Tells Us Anything

by Leticia Miranda,  ProPublica

The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on a proposal today that effectively bars Internet companies from prioritizing some Internet traffic over others. Continue reading