In Scott Cleland’s recent piece titled, “Silicon Valley’s Biggest Internet Mistake,” he makes an important, too little addressed point: Were the FCC to classify Internet service as a “telecommunications” service under Title II of the Communications Act, this drastic step likely would have significant adverse international ramifications.
It seems fitting that after such a momentous political evening, the Washington, D.C. area woke early this morning to the thundercrack of a summer storm, with a furious arrival and just as quickly faded and gone. The crushing and unexpected defeat of Eric Cantor – the first defeat of a sitting House Majority leader since 1899, which also happens to be the creation of the position – is sending ripples through a Republican Party which will have ramifications for this cycle and beyond.
Opponents of the candidacy of Madison lefty JoAnne Kloppenburg for the Wisconsin Supreme Court questioned her judicial philosophy, her lack of judicial credentials, and other weighty issues. But there are[...]
Yesterday my fellow American Spectator contributor David Bass reported that actor Morgan Freeman recorded a campaign adfor Republican congressional candidate B.J. Lawson, who is challenging longtime liberal incumbent Rep. David[...]