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Rep. Pallone’s Selective Request for Probe of Fake Net Neutrality Public Comments

Today, Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) asked the Justice Department to investigate the use of stolen identities in the submission of public comments on net neutrality to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

But he asked for a probe of only these anti-net neutrality comments, even though we recently released two analyses …

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Amazon Acquisition of Whole Foods Underscores the Big Data Threat

(This piece was first published by The Hill, where I am an Opinion Contributor.)

Traditional grocers and retailers are in a state of shock over what Amazon’s proposed acquisition of Whole Foods might portend for their businesses. The economist Joseph Schumpeter’s characterization of capitalism as “the perennial gale of …

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Corrupt Rep. Gutierrez Calls Trump ‘Con Artist’

Illinois Representative Luis Gutierrez recently referred to President Trump as a “con artist” on CNN’s “State of the Union”program. Gutierrez’s comments were in reference to allegations that the President Trump asked former FBI director James Comey to halt a federal investigation into then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

“[The President] knew …

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Nurses’ Union Leads Push for Health Care Socialism in California

There are few things quite as expensive in this world as “free health care.” And the nation’s most populous state may be about to find out the hard way. On June 1, the California Senate voted 23-14 in favor of a bill, the Healthy California Act (SB 562), to …

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Analysis: Fake Pro-Net Neutrality Public Comments Flood FCC From Russia, Other Foreign Countries

More than 235,000 additional pro-net neutrality comments submitted in recent days to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) docket appear to be coming from non-U.S. filers from foreign countries, according to a new analysis released today by the National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), a leading government watchdog.

A forensic analysis …

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