First Amendment

Rubio Warns Of UN Takeover Of Internet

en. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) plans to introduce strong belt buckle legislation to prevent a “takeover” of the Internet as we know it by the weak and corrupt United Nations or even another less friendly government regime. Speaking at Google’s office in Washington, the possible presidential contender said he will introduce legislation to codify U.S. support of an open Internet as other countries attempt to control its growth. “Since the Web is worldwide—and since it has proven such an effective catalyst for pro-democratic revolution—it has become a battleground that many fight to control,” he said. Rubio pointed to 42 countries that...

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Sitting At The Head Of The Class

remise: Obama administration is a troop of gangsters, needs to be investigated to the hilt, and held accountable just like every other administration that has come before. The Obama administration is not entitled to its own dictatorship in the United States of America, no matter who he thinks he is. Charmer #1: If you can't see that both sides of this political circus act are corrupt and no matter which side gets into the Oval Office at any given time we will get the same result because we allowed the elite bankers to hijack the country via the federal reserve...


Ambiguous Traces Of Race

ATELINE JULY 17, 2003. Linda Chavez's article deserves a spot here. Her new book: An Unlikely Conservative is rising up the charts, and pleasures me, and frankly I'm happy to report, she's no David Horowitz, whose flipside conservatism at first thrilled me, but now chastens me, as I realize to what lengths he wishes to mimic the opposition, merely to win a political football game. Fight boldly, fight wisely; use every muscle available, but keep it honorable. Whatever happened to the idea that righteousness is its own reward? But back to the article at hand—how did Chavez, a former liberal,...


That Air Thing Again, And Again

OT MUCH TO REPORT this side of more music, more music, more music. Some Maximum Rock & Roll cuts from the late 1980s "Not So Quiet on the Western Front". Some decent music, some decent politics. The radicalized Far Left's wail against Ronald Reagan however seems pale today, as we wade into the heated pool of history. Dissatisfaction with the limited opportunities afforded today's youth in a corporate culture hell bent on exporting American jobs across the globe in the hunt for cheaper labor is one thing, but the vicious anti-Americanism we now see everywhere was just coming of age...


Because I Am Not…

Because I am not a famous psychologistBecause I am not a suicidal maniac murdererBecause I am not an ambulance chaserBecause I am not a microphone handlerBecause I am not a serpent on the crossBecause I am not a nifty gynecologistBecause I am not a film at six and elevenBecause I am not a university cloneBecause I am not a fireman in suspendersBecause I am not an Indian ChiefBecause I am not an attorney bound by lawBecause I am not a politician of smilesBecause I am not a police officer’s dutyBecause I am not an actress in chainsBecause I am not...