PrintNet Neutrality Moves to Congress

Opponents of net neutrality have spent big on lobbying

By Lou Dubose

On February 26, Federal Communications Commissioner Tom Wheeler led the Democratic majority on the commission to a 3-2 net neutrality ruling that designated the internet a public utility and prohibits big internet service providers from establishing pay-to-play fast lanes for preferred content providers while slowing content for everyone else.

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US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales speWorkers, Not Citizens

The former attorney general is straightforward about GOP fears of naturalized Hispanics voting for Democrats

By Lou Dubose

The authors provide Republicans a plan to create a low-wage workforce that won’t pose a threat to the Republican Party’s congressional hegemony.

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Print5 Pipelines to Break Even

There are five pipelines under consideration to move tar-sands oil from Alberta to shipping ports. All five are needed for investors to break even

By Lou Dubose Read

You Can’t Make the Congress Do Anything

The ability of presidents to move the legislative needle will always be severely limited

By Scott Lemieux Read

PorterManufacturing a ‘Good Adversary’ in Tehran

The real story behind America's 30-year Cold War with Iran

By Gareth Porter Read

Kill the Bastard: The Money Backing the Obamacare Supreme Court Case

A win in the Supreme Court will provide the ideological investors a healthy return on their money

By Lou Dubose Read

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