Episode

2/5 Timothy Karr: Net Neutrality Wins!

February 5, 2015

Timothy Karr the Senior Director of Strategy for Free Press, explains the huge win for Internet users with the FCC’s reclassification of Internet providers as common carriers. Michael Powell and why the common carriage classification was changed to begin with. Why the battle for Net Neutrality was all about reversing Michael Powell’s mistake. President Obama’s intervention that helped save Net Neutrality. The powerful grassroots politics that is essential for protecting Net Neutrality. Also what the telecom industry will do now to try to ruin the open Internet.

On The Fun Half: Steve Malzberg says he won’t get his son a HPV vaccination so some “female” won’t get cancer when she is in her sixties. More Milton Friedman debunking. Drones and ISIS. Fox & Friends calls out Frozen for hurting men. Brian Williams has been lying for years about being on a helicopter that came under fire in Iraq.

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