Category Archives: First Amendment

Net Neutrality – What’s the Latest?

Net Neutrality is one of the hottest topics in the news this week.  Net Neutrality is likely to significantly impact the Internet and freedom and nearly all Americans for years to come, if it is not thrown out by the courts, or by new legislation, or by a future FCC composed of a majority of [...]
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Will Censorship Replace Internet Freedom in 2015?

There is a real threat that censorship will replace Internet freedom in 2015.  According to a new piece in The Wall Street Journal and from other articles, we learn the administration has decided to give up control of the Internet in September 2015.  Is it possible that foreign governments, authoritative governments, will be able to censor [...]
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Is it True Some Senators want to Re-Write the First Amendment?

Recently, The Wall Street Journal in an Editorial piece reported on two U. S. Senators that seek to re-write the First Amendment’s Freedom of Speech.  According to the journal, one Senator “announced a proposal to amend the Constitution to empower government to regulate political speech.”  That’s difficult to believe! Apparently, many on the left were distraught [...]
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