Category: politics

"Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative."

Net neutrality: John Oliver says it better than I could have

…And used the same example about MySpace supplanting Facebook as an example of entrepreneurship. And thanks to John Oliver, the FCC website looking for comments on net neutrality was taken down for over a day as people commented on how bad of an idea abolishing net neutrality is: http://www.mediaite.com/tv/john-olivers-net-neutrality-clip-broke-the-fcc-website/

Everyone loses if we don’t stop the killing of net neutrality

You may notice the warning when loading my website.  I installed a plugin that graphically mimics what will most likely happen to many websites and internet services when the proposals are signed into law by the FCC. Allowing cash-rich companies to pay for faster priority of their web traffic will have a hugely detrimental affect …

Let’s get political: the ground zero “mosque”.

From Facebook, as a response to a friend posting the YouTube video of Keith Olbermann talking about the ground zero “mosque” below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZpT2Muxoo0 Randy Calhoun: I do oppose racism but opposing the defacing of a memorial site is not racism. Blind hatred is wrong!! But would anyone be okay with a Hitler Statue right next …

RonPaul2008.Com publishes my endorsement, and Dr. Paul gets 2nd in NV

Thank you to the folks at RonPaul2008.Com, who published my endorsement of Dr. Paul for President: here. Also, Dr. Paul had a strong 2nd place showing in Nevada, where he placed ahead of all Republicans except Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney was not heavily contested in Nevada, but hopefully with this second place showing the campaign …

Ron Paul for President 2008

I usually don’t get into politics, but one man has caught my eye this year. These past elections I’ve avoided the polls altogether, as I felt there was a lack of an intelligent, informed candidate for me to cast my vote for. This year is different. Ron Paul is running. I jumped on the bandwagon, …