The Hypocritical Dishonesty Of The Net Neutrality Campaign

Net neutrality isn’t about censorship, but who will pay for faster Internet speeds. If ISPs are to keep up with consumer demands for fast broadband for live streaming the companies who provide live streaming and the ISPs need to work together to negotiate the cost of upgrades. Right now streaming services like Netflix expect the ISPs to pay for upgraded fiberoptics, but ISPs believe streaming service providers should pay for the upgrades. Either way consumers will need to pay more because corporations always increase prices when the cost for service increases. So if you like your Netflix and faster broadband expect to pay more. Net neutrality is not about free speech nor the first amendment, but cost control and government regulations. Remember, anytime government gets involved more regulations, control and expensive things usually come for the consumer.

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Fun in the AZ Sun Turns Deadly: Six children and 4 adults confirmed dead, 1 still missing

Three children ages, 3, 5 and 7 and four adults were confirmed dead, along with three other children. One adult 27 year old male is still missing. Two families were enjoying fun in the sun when a flash flood came from eight miles above them.

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The FCC is tearing down Net Neutrality, But Should It?

Like many of you, I’ve been trying to research and decide what the pros and cons to net neutrality are. From what I’ve read there are more con’s than pros. Don’t let the name fool you. Consider the fact that when a government agency has more power to control and regulate the more chance it will not benefit consumers. Some think we need net neutrality to keep the Internet free and open, but it always has been. It’s government agencies and regulations like net neutrality that could lead to censorship and higher costs for consumers. Net neutrality has already put limits on expansion and innovation of better fiber optics in consumers homes.

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FBI Director Nominee Says He Was Not Asked for Loyalty Oath

Trump’s nominee for FBI Director, Christopher Wray, assures Congress he will follow the law and Constitution to perform his duties. He took no loyalty oath.
It’s hard to understand the Trump administration continues to call the Russia investigation a ‘witch hunt’ despite the recently released emails Donald Trump Jr disclosed yesterday.

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Tougher immigration policies face first major legislative test of Trump era

Thankfully Kate’s Law passed in the House today, which will make it easier to punish illegal immigrants who come here

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Poll shows U.S. tumbling in world’s regard under Trump

As if our credibility as a country needed to be degraded further after eight years of Obama’s failed presidency. Now

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President calls for barring immigrants from welfare for five years

The administration circulated a draft executive order to make Trump’s proposed changes earlier this year. However, Trump’s remarks Wednesday indicated

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  NEW ORLEANS — Gulf Coast states were in for a third day of rough weather Thursday with Tropical Storm

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I moved my kids out of America. It was the best #parenting decision I’ve ever made.

Would you consider moving your #family out of America into a third #world country? Share your thoughts in the comments

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The Comey-Corbyn axis: Old-school politics makes a dramatic comeback in a history-shaping week – Salon


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The Comey-Corbyn axis: Old-school politics makes a dramatic comeback in a history-shaping week
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Old-school institutional politics made a dramatic comeback this week, in two disparate and seemingly disconnected events on opposite sides of the Atlantic. In Washington, former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate Intelligence
Labour’s politics of hope have overcome the politics of fearThe Guardian
Labour’s Near-Triumph Brings a New Morning to British PoliticsThe Nation.
As Brexit nears, British politics suddenly looks more European than everQuartz
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