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This weekend, Glen talks about Obama’s veto of the popular bipartisan Keystone Pipeline, the Democrat filibuster of the House’s DHS funding bill, Obama’s ATF ban of certain 5.56 ammo, and Obama’s FCC’s new regulations that take control the internet.
Glen talks with Congressman Mike Kelly (R-PA) about the latest developments related to the Department of Homeland Security funding bill, and with Randy Wenger (Chief Counsel of the Independence Law Center) about the 3rd circuit court’s decision to overturn a stay protecting religious organizations from the Obamacare HHS mandate. Finally, Glen talks with Rick Enscoe (Co-Founder of Enscoe-Long Insurance Group) and Ashok Subramanian (CEO of Liazon healthcare exchange) about the importance of using private healthcare exchanges to get quality healthcare coverage. Read more »
By Dr. Mark Hendrickson
As Posted at The Center for Vision and Values
Earlier this month, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced that its five commissioners will conduct a vote on February 26 to decide whether to grant itself the authority to regulate the Internet under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. It’s highly likely the FCC will give itself this new power. Lawsuits are certain to follow. The Wall Street Journal’s L. Gordon Crovitz denounced FCC Chairman Wheeler’s decision to apply outdated regulations designed to manage the erstwhile Ma Bell telephone monopoly to today’s rapidly evolving Internet. He warned that these “reactionary regulations” will mark “the end of the permissionless innovation that built today’s Internet.” Read more »