In approving the resolution to nullify the FCC's open Internet rules, Republican members in the House show that they don't care if big companies impose unfavorable conditions on start-ups and entrepreneurs.
While Clinton's call for uninterrupted access to the Internet -- and its now famous offspring Facebook, Twitter and Youtube -- is laudable, we need to be consistent in U.S. policy both here and abroad.
Wireless technologies present a real opportunity to uplift communities that have been economically marginalized since the Reconstruction Era -- both in providing new opportunity and enabling all Americans to access this opportunity.
Obama's SOTU set an ambitious goal of "high-speed wireless coverage to 98 percent of all Americans." What he didn't say was that the FCC has sentenced those wireless users to a second-class Internet experience.