Over the last several weeks the Obama 2012 campaign has made a push into the college campus arena. A Harvard poll has shown that interest in the 2012 election among college students has dwindled in comparison to 2008.

During the last presidential election, then candidate Barack Obama led Sen. John McCain by 34% among voters […]

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Originally published at BigGovernment.

This past tax day I wrote an article examining whether the government might soon be coming after content creators like Google or Netflix.  Such a notion would leave many in complete befuddlement after the past two years have seen the pro-Net Neutrality camp deeply entrenched in spreading concerns […]

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Originally published at BigGovernment.

Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, has declared that content should be free and open to all Internet users and that any variation is a violation of the principle of network neutrality.  The sentiment is quite different than his explanation of net neutrality some years back.

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Originally published at BigGovernment.

I feel like, “We warned you,” is not quite poignant enough.  But well…we warned you.  Those of us in the free market technology policy sector have been trying to wake up various think-tanks and Republican politicians alike to the dangers of Network Neutrality for roughly 6 years now.  We were […]

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Originally published at BigGovernment.

Just prior to the introduction of Rep. Paul Ryan’s response to the State of the Union Address,  a cohort of mine tweeted, “But first, Paul Ryan’s rebuttal, which will be like Ayn Rand hosting Picture Pages.”  I couldn’t help but laugh at this thought which for the most […]

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