Congressional Gridlock Stifles Efficiency of Government

The midterm elections are fast approaching in November 2014; and, their potential impact is already being felt throughout Washington. It is already evident that both parties want to be on the “right” side of popular issues so as to ensure their reelection and party control in both houses of Congress for the next two years.Democrats are walking a fine ideological …

DC Court of Appeals Strikes Down Net Neutrality Rules: What this means for the internet user

This past week marked an important landmark in Internet legislation as The D.C. Court of Appeals struck down the FCC’s ruling that prohibited Internet providers, like Verizon and AT&T, from blocking any legal information or access on their network. This notion is based on the concept of open Internet rules, which demand that providers remain transparent with their users, prohibit …