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FCC Doesn’t Have the Authority to Regulate the Internet

April 6, 2010

The D.C. Court of Appeals today issued a ruling that stated that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not have the authority to regulate internet traffic, thus putting a huge roadblock in front of the Net Neutrality movement.  One of the centerpieces of the Nutroots’ agenda, Net Neutrality (like many liberal ideas) is a concept [...]

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For Arlen Specter, What Goes Around Comes Around

May 7, 2009

A week ago, Pennsylvania Senator Benedict Arlen Specter made a completely opportunistic party switch from the GOP to the Democrats.  He did so because his vote on the stimulus had put him behind in the polls against primary challenger Pat Toomey, and he felt that he could more easily win reelection as a Democrat.  So [...]

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Should the Rightosphere Get More Involved Party Activism?

February 10, 2009

Stepping away from the stimulus over saturation as of late, John Henke at The Next Right has an interesting post today comparing the relative role that the Conservative blogosphere plays in Republican party politics as opposed to the role that the Liberal blogosphere plays in Democrat party politics.  Henke points out how the Left “net-roots” [...]

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Obama Cabinet Disappoints the Left

November 21, 2008

The picks announced so far for the Obama cabinet are disappointing the left.  Code Pink and other anti-war activists are upset that his National Security Team is made up of so-called “hawks” (by leftist standards…) such as nominating SWMNBN for Secretary of State, and having current Sec. of Defense Robert Gates remain in the post [...]

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The Kook Fringe

November 3, 2005

Well, say what you want about the crack-up and stunts the Democrats have undergone in the past week, but it appears that these actions have energized the base of the Democratic party, a.k.a. “The Kook Fringe”. The problem for the Democrats is, by appealing to the “kook fringe”, they are alienating the majority of the [...]

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