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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 […]

Knowledge

Be The Boss

It’s pretty safe to say that 2013 caught a lot of voters by surprise. I mean, I think we expected the usual partisan gridlock in Washington, but I don’t think ANY of us expected this to be literally the most unproductive Congress in the history of the country. Yeah… like, ever… and it wasn’t even […]

Events

Too Close For Comfort

Today, President Obama signed a short-term agreement, which was created in Senate and passed by both houses of the United States Congress, to reopen the government and effectively suspend the enforcement of the debt limit until February 7th, 2014. Thankfully, due to the rare compromise from our elected officials, we just avoided crashing through the […]

Elections

What If?

Who doesn’t like playing a little game of what if every now and then!? When it comes to elections in the United States, more recently than ever, it’s anybody’s game. Check out some of these possible match-ups for the 2016 United States Presidential Election and let us know which one you think will actually happen […]

Elections

Too Soon?

In a CBS news joint-interview shortly after Barack Obama was sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States of America, interviewer Steve Kroft suggests that Barack Obama’s words of appreciation for the Hillary Clinton‘s service as Secretary of State was his way of endorsing her as his candidate of […]

Knowledge

Animal Instinct

The People’s love of animals & mascots trickles all the way down to our political parties. Ever wondered why the Democratic Party’s mascot is a donkey? How about an elephant for the Republican Party? Kind of a funny story… and it involves cartoons! Way back in 1828, Presidential candidate Andrew Jackson was labeled a “jackass” […]