Tuesday, December 28, 2010

FCC Wants to Regulate Internet

The Federal Communication Commission now wants to regulate the Internet whether your connection is provided by a telecom or cable provider. They first started regulating cable television service back in 1965 yet consumers are directed to call their Public Service Commission when they have service or billing issues with their cable television service. The takeover of regulation by the FCC can only mean interference of your right to free press and higher Internet Provider subscription rates.

In a Rasmussen Poll, only 21% of likely voters wants the FCC to regulate the Internet, fearing political ramifications.

If the FCC is so hell-bent on regulating the Internet, why not contact them every time you have a service or billing issue with your Internet Provider whether it is a cable company or a telephone company? Hell, why not contact them when you have issues with your cable television service too, since they have supposedly been regulating it as well. You can reach the FCC at: 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322) or on the web at: http://www.fcc.gov/

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Sarah Palin Becoming Very Likeable

You cannot help but like Sarah Palin if you watch Sarah Palin's Alaska. Her niceness pours out of the screen. Whether the show is pre-marketing politics is not clear. But one thing is for sure, she's knocking hard on the back door of the White House.

School Sends Home Permission Slips for Pledge of Allegiance

School Sends Home Permission Slips for Pledge of Allegiance
Okay, this is a joke, right?

If you want to be a citizen of the United States, or any country for that matter, why would you not want to pledge your allegiance to that country?

Unless of course you are a terrorist, traitor or illegal just sponging off our system.