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How the New York Times Misguides Their Readers on Internet Regulation

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How the New York Times Misguides Their Readers on Internet Regulation

These days, there’s a lot of discussion about something called Title II. It’s a boring name for an issue that could not be more important: access and support to the Internet, the marvelous ecosystem we enjoy, and to what degree it should…

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How the New York Times Misguides Their Readers on Internet Regulation

These days, there’s a lot of discussion about something called Title II. It’s a boring name for an issue that…
by Roslyn Layton | August 20, 2014 Read More

How the Changing Economy has Slowed Economic Growth in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

According to data on real gross state product released by the US Bureau of Economics (BEA), the growth rates of…
by Stacie Beck, Ph.D. | August 19, 2014 Read More

With Ties to Occupy Movement, International Coalition Seeks Influence in Net Neutrality Debate

Organizations based outside of the Unites States, and some closely linked to the Occupy Wall Street movement, are calling on…
by Shawn McCoy | August 18, 2014 Read More

Are Oil Prices On Track To Decline?

Historically, there has usually been a fairly strong consensus about long-term oil price trends, and the consensus has tended to…
by Michael Lynch | August 18, 2014 Read More

Obama’s Operation Choke Point is an Abuse of Power

Americans have discovered that even though President Obama vowed to have “the most transparent administration in history,” that pledge has…
by David Williams | August 14, 2014 Read More

Forcing a Choice between Taxing Internet Access and Taxing Small Businesses

The nation’s biggest retailers and their allies on Capitol Hill are getting nervous. Their collective top priority, a bill disingenuously…
by Phil Bond | August 13, 2014 Read More

Does Politics Spark Atheism?

Every religion has its creation myth and atheism is no different. It goes something like this. Once upon a time,…
by Nick Spencer | August 12, 2014 Read More

Can Joni Ernst Win? An Update.

Read the full series that ran earlier this year: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5.    Back…
by Shawn McCoy | August 11, 2014 Read More