Everyone likes free stuff. And apparently lately the government likes giving stuff away. So it seems like it’s a good fit. On Dec. 2nd, the FCC decided that they would consider giving free Internet away. And by “give away free Internet,” what they meant was forcing the corporation with the winning bid to […]Continue Reading →
In a dramatic :rolleyes: Internet moment, GamePolitics throws Christians under the bus as they attempt to highlight the “conservative christian” ties of mutual fund investment firm, The Timothy Plan, as negative. This was obviously done after the author discovered the firm put out a report advising their clients on video game content, including […]Continue Reading →
On Friday it was announced by the Obama transition team two new appointments to the FCC review team. Long time Net Neutrality proponents, Susan Crawford and Kevin Werbach will head the team.
In “Last-Mile Dilemma” I enter the argument that Net Neutrality policy may be able to be avoided if only there were more last-mile providers. To summarize the basic argument, most areas across the nation that have broadband Internet available to them only have 1-2 choices. This usually consists of a local cable Internet […]Continue Reading →
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I've worked in politics for roughly 15 years in one form or another. I also know about other stuff too, but this space is tiny. I'm a native of Atlanta, student at Dallas Theological Seminary, graduate of FSU, life long UGA fan, video game lover, gym rat, Star Wars aficionado, follower of HaShem, and a Conservative-Libertarian. Work here is my own.