FCC Town Hall Hearing in Minneapolis

On Thursday, August 19th, 2010, a town hall meeting was held in Minneapolis and involved FCC commissioners Cobbs and Clyburn along with Minnesota Senator Al Franken, who had to leave early because his mother-in-law was in town.:)

Senator Franken and the FCC commissioners spoke about how important it would be to install more government regulation.  This time it would be the Internet.  They called it “Save the Internet” or they also referred to it as “Net Neutrality”

Senator Franken mentioned that the large corporations like Comcast, Google, Verizon will install their own framework and platforms that would benefit their bottom line and make it more difficult for Americans to afford what they referred to as the “tier” platform.  They are concerned that poorer class people could only afford a basic speed Internet, while the more affluent people would have access to a faster speed Internet.  They want all people to have access to the same speed.

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Jim Babka, Michael Boldin talk Nullification

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Jim Babka, president of DownsizeDC.org, interviews Michael Boldin about nullification and the Nullify Now! tour, launching in September. Get tickets to Nullify Now! in Ft Worth, Orlando, Chattanooga, Phoenix, and Los Angeles – click here. “When a state passes a law to nullify an unconstitutional federal act, regulation…or…

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