Tag: politics

Net Neutrality – be careful what you wish for

As retribution for Martin Geddes and in the name of “what goes around comes around” for Google, in the irony of ironies, it is now AT&T claiming Google¬† is violating Net Neutrality laws. Tell me you didn’t see that coming.…

Palin – really?

Haven’t we already tried putting an inexperienced and ethically challenged Governor of a big-oil state into the White House?¬† How’s that working out for us? Lest we forget, have a gander at these: The List of Bush’s Lies and Policy…

It’s official – I’m supporting Barak Obama

For the record, and for what it’s worth, I’m backing Barak Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign. Those that know me, know I’m not a cheerleader for the democratic nor republican parties, in general. This is the first time in…

Clinton shows her colors

Ms. Clinton has clearly showed us what to expect from a Clinton II presidency. She is taking a page out of the “big lie” book with her “new math” assertions that she is ahead in the “popular vote.” Is this…

Obama Promises Net Neutrality

According to ExtemeVoIP, presidential candidate Barack Obama has committed to supporting network neutrality. If elected to the White House next year, he says he will impose network neutrality mandates on broadband providers such as AT&T and Comcast. Obama said, if…

FBI asks for broad expansion of wiretapping laws

As I predicted, the FBI has asked for new laws to facilitate broad snooping at broadband internet service provider facilities. The first question is what will this mean for end-to-end encryption. The FBI wants to force Vonage, 8×8, AT&T, and…