Motley is editor in chief of StopNetRegulation.org, a Center for Individual Freedom publication.
One of America's leading authorities on technology and telecom policy, Motley is a writer, television and radio commentator, political and policy strategist, lecturer, debater, and activist.
Latest posts by Seton Motley (see all)
- Silicon Valley Gets Government Favors – While Boosting Leftists And Blocking Conservatives - October 19, 2016
- New York’s Chief Partisan Persecutor: Democrat Attorney General Eric Schneiderman - October 14, 2016
- Government Ignores Human Nature – And Warps The World With Its Ignorance - October 12, 2016
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said Wednesday that he would be circulating a draft of the FCC’s new network neutrality rules to the other commissioners Thursday (April 24).
This is their third attempt at this particular power garb. It’s becoming fetishistic.
There was 2007.
And there was 2010.
Yet here we remain – stuck in government overreach Groundhog Day.
We haven’t yet seen the Net Neutrality power grab order – but the fact that they’re trying again at all is at once obnoxious and pathetic.
Not yet having seen the order hasn’t stopped the Left from going apoplectic. Because the Left never allows the facts to get in the way of a good beating.
Not at all over the top.
It’s disappointing – but not surprising – that the Obama Administration is yet again going to impose the Internet power grab that is Network Neutrality.
The federal government is twice bitten – and not shy. Having twice had their Net Neutrality impositions unanimously rejected by the courts – they remain undaunted in their desire to over-regulate the Web.
And it’s always a pleasure to watch the Leftist likes of Free Press and Public Knowledge preemptively freak out – over an order they haven’t even yet seen.
They are as always the perfect tool. The Leftist screeching visual aides that allow an overreaching government to pretend “See, we’re finding middle ground – both sides are angry with us” as they grab even more Leviathan-sized hands-full of the once-private sector.
Don’t drive angry.
[Originally published at PJ Tatler]