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Federal Regulation of the Internet Is Not Necessary Just Because Broadband Isn't Free

Obama’s policy perspective seems to work in the following way: if it isn’t free, regulate it. Obama is adamant about the implementation of a plan to get the federal government to provide free internet to Americans.  1,519 more words


The impact of the Fur Industry in Scandinavia

People have been wearing fur since the dawn of time. As the years progressed, technology has increased and the fur industry has matured. The concept of wearing fur has become a very controversial issue that has divided nations for many years. 2,521 more words


The connection between banning oil exploration in ANWR and visiting Saudi Arabia. A Limerick.

President Obama announced Sunday that his administration plans to lock up the oil-rich 1.5 million acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge coastal plain and offshore areas in Alaska from oil and gas exploration. 91 more words


Where can I work with a Yachtmaster? - Australia

The article a couple of weeks ago mentioned the problem some skippers were having working under their Yachtmaster Power or Sail qualifications abroad.  The RYA is devoting some time on this and so far have agreements with 21 countries for recognition of YM CoCs.   180 more words


Media Shouldn't Be Fooled By Fake Neutrality Bill Backed By Broadband Industry | Research | Media Matters for America

There have been many a post about the attempt to control the internet……but there is a new attack and the claims that it will protect the internet are BS!…..most of them are put forward by the broadband industry like Comcast, the owner of NBC/MSNBC/CNBC…….funny I have not heard much reporting by those on this new attempt to control the internet….I wonder why? 19 more words


Drone Makers Struggle to Get New Rules off the Ground

There may be no shortage of love for the drone industry from investors, but when it comes to Washington, regulators haven’t been quite as enamored. 1,200 more words


Pass the Norvasc

“Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary.” Edgar Allen Poe

My son calls it ‘work drama’. It doesn’t seem to matter where a person works, there will be work drama. 323 more words