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Ajit Pai Receives NRA Award, Slams Big Government Intrusion Into The Internet

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai received the NRA’s ‘Courage Under Fire’ award on Friday during a panel at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for his work in repealing the net neutrality rules instituted under the Obama administration. “The FCC is at its best when it unleashes the entrepreneurial spirit of markets as opposed to the all-knowing vortex of government,” Pai stated during the panel. “That means getting internet into rural areas, empowering entrepreneurs in all kinds of places to pursue their dreams, and giving people the ability to educate their kids, get healthcare, do all the things that… Keep Reading

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Slams Hollywood Celebrities, Twitter Hypocrisy

As the Net Neutrality battle heats up, rhetoric and hyperbole is escalating primarily because of supporters’ apocalyptic visions of repeal. Given the end of the internet is apparently upon our doorstep, Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has found himself front and center. His plan to take down the Obama-era reform has met intense resistance from tech companies, liberal activists, and the Democratic Party. At an event at the R Street Institute in Washington D.C., Pai took aim at his critics. First among his targets was Hollywood celebrities, who often lean to the left. Pai’s issue was with their large… Keep Reading

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Could Donald Trump Save the Internet?

Ludwig von Mises dedicated a great amount of ink to the role that ideas play in shaping society. Not only does his analysis illustrate why it is so important to educate the public on topics such as economics, but also explains the enormous danger posed by widely accepted political myths. Examples include various false narratives such as deregulation caused the financial crisis, that American healthcare costs are driven up due to “capitalism,” or FDR saved America from the Great Depression. Of course. these various fictions, which all enjoy the support of most of the “intellectual” class, all conveniently lead to… Keep Reading

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