Net Neutrality protects a level playing field on the Internet, where anyone can connect, create and innovate. Without Net Neutrality, Al Franken says, Internet service providers would be able to return as gatekeepers to all expression.
General Caldwell should face court marshal proceedings for violating his oath of office and US law.
Rolling Stone's Michael Hastings has something right out of bad fiction -- Caldwell actually hatched and deployed a plan to use psy-ops against U.S. senators and congressmen. Unbelievable, and illegal.
Just as the open internet movement was instrumental in improving regulations from the FCC's first draft proposal, we'll be critical in ensuring that the regulations voted on this week are enforced vigorously.
This Tuesday is an important day in the fight to save the Internet. The FCC will meet to discuss its badly flawed proposal for net neutrality. If they approve it as is, I'll be outraged. And you should be, too.
The tax deal isn't great by any stretch of the imagination. But I got into this line of work because I wanted to stand up for American families trying to put food on the table and build a better life for their kids.
So how does any tax on profits inhibit the hiring of additional employees? In fact, quite the opposite is true. Incrementally higher taxes on profits actually are a slight incentive to hire additional employees.
You can't have a Barack Obama without a Sarah Palin. Rachel Maddow, meet the ubiquitous Bill O'Reilly. They're all the spawn of the same dynamic, an expanding new reality where anything is possible and nothing is predictable.
The phenomenon of TV personalities throwing their own "rallies" certainly breaks new ground in both the political arena and the entertainment world -- politics has truly become indistinguishable from show business.
I understand the "plague on both your houses" reaction. So it's with that in mind that I say this: Vote anyway. Please. And vote with enthusiasm, if such a thing is possible. I think it is possible.
At the Good Men Project Magazine, we want to believe that there are a few good men in politics. We need to believe it. So we spent the last few months looking for them.
As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.
If schools work to create positive cultures and if Congress passes the Student Non-Discrimination Act, those steps will be a huge stride forward in protecting LGBT students from the bullying that is all too common in schools today.
We to ensure that the Internet can be open and indifferent to all content. Congress didn't just sit on their hands and hope that just because no one had yet developed Yellowstone it wasn't at risk of such a fate.
The battle looms. It is, in fact, right over a hill right in front of us. So, are Democrats girding their loins for the fight, and roaring their def...
No reporter has asked Mr. Petraeus during his current media tour about the contradiction between his current advocacy for delaying the withdrawal and his "Yes, sir" under explicit questioning that he would not ask for more time.