Politics

On Net Neutrality

Since Tuesday’s Court Appeals ruling repealing the FCC’s ruling that Comcast (and other Broadband service providers) could not limit their bandwidth to certain websites or services, and thus keep the Internet free and open, there as been a lot of talk about what exactly this means for big companies and for us, the consumers. I …

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Obama Wins Nobel Prize

About a month ago, I wrote about what has happened to this country since 9/11. It’s not good; nobody has respect for those who think differently. There is no longer, “I respectfully disagree.” It’s more like, “You disagree, so you must be wrong. All the time. For everything.” That couldn’t be more apparent this morning, …

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What Happened to the Respect We Had for Each Other?

While discussing Joe Wilson’s outburst during the President’s most recent address, I said this: There is an increasing problem with pure animosity towards the opposing party in this country. it’s no longer, “I respectfully disagree,” it’s, “I disagree and you’re an asshole for thinking something different.” I think most people can vouch for that. There …

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N. Korea Coverage

I love these comparisons. Let’s take a look at where N. Korea firing missiles falls on the big three’s list of importance. All of these screens were taken at the same time. So it looks like Fox finds it most important- big box at the top and the update the story most frequently (4 missiles …

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Earmarks = Greediness

Roland Martin, with his never ending fountain of wisdom, has another commentary on CNN, this time scrutinizing John McCain for speaking out again earmarks. He claims that no one cares about pork barrel spending. That if people really care we will do something about it. I guess he did some pretty substantial research on this …

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