Blistering dissent by FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai

Below are excerpts from the scathing dissent of FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai to the 3-2 vote of the FCC on Thursday on Obama’s plan to regulate the internet: ORAL DISSENTING STATEMENT OF COMMISSIONER AJIT PAI Americans love the free and open … Continue reading

Ruling against the will of the people

November 13, 2014 Ramussen poll: 61% Oppose Federal Regulation of the Internet. Americans really like the online service they currently have and strongly oppose so-called “net neutrality” efforts that would allow the federal government to regulate the Internet. The latest … Continue reading

Why do governments fund climate research that feeds alarmism?

Steven Hayward gives this answer, in his Powerline blog post, The Smearing of Willie Soon: Governments fund climate research–but only climate research that feeds alarmism–because they are the main parties in interest in the climate debate. Governments stand to gain … Continue reading

Guns dangerous? Gun Ignorance is dangerous.

Ryan J. Reilly writes for the Huffington Puffington Post. This sort of thing prompted Sean Davis to write: Unfortunately, Reilly is hardly alone in his complete ignorance of how guns work. Our nation is facing an epidemic of gun-related misreporting. … Continue reading

This is the Dark Ages of America — Will There Be An American Renaissance?

From An American Renaissance by Colonel Lawrence Sellin: The Obama years will be forever known as the Dark Ages of US history, a time of political, cultural and economic deterioration. We have yet to see if they will lead to … Continue reading

Celebrating George Washington’s Birthday

Today is George Washington’s birthday.  I commemorate it by reproducing the following letter, from the National Archives. From George Washington to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport, Rhode Island, 18 August 1790 Gentlemen: While I receive, with much satisfaction, your Address … Continue reading