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Saturday, 10 July 2010 10:28
Internet Control Pushed by "Media Marxists" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Mooney - NetRight Daily   
Saturday, 10 July 2010 09:55

  Under the guise of “net neutrality,” Obama’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is conspiring with a coalition of left-leaning media organizations to coerce and subjugate the online community. On June 17, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski joined with the four other commissioners to vote on a proposal to reclassify broadband regulations under Title II, which would allow for greater federal intrusion. In a party line vote, the FCC elected to move forward with the investigative process.

   Conservative media outlets that have made smart use of Internet technology to balance out the influence of newspapers and televisions over the past few decades have good cause to be concerned. A federal appeals court has already ruled against allowing the FCC to have greater control over web traffic in case involving Comcast. Moreover, congressional figures in both parties have rebuked the chairman in formal letters.

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 July 2010 09:58
Census Director Admits ‘We May Have Duplicates’ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Edwin Mora - CNS   
Saturday, 10 July 2010 10:01
   (CNSNews.com) - U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves told CNSNews.com on Wednesday that the Census has "no way, unfortunately, of knowing" whether or not homeless individuals were counted twice, and added, "we may have duplicates."

   As CNSNews.com reported on June 10, the Office of the Inspector General of the Commerce Department, which oversees the Census, published a report in May indicating that Census workers were instructed by a Census manual to recount homeless people who said they already had been counted.
   The IG's report also revealed that the enumerators (the workers who count people for the Census) were not required to collect homeless persons’ names and birth dates.
   During a conference call on Wednesday, CNSNews.com asked Dr. Groves, “What process is the Census using to remove duplicated records of homeless individuals who were recounted by enumerators and for which no name, birth date, or ethnicity information was collected?”
A Worthless Contest PDF Print E-mail
Written by Adam Bitley   
Saturday, 10 July 2010 09:44

  Almost everyone can agree that the Federal government wastes taxpayer money. Apparently, even those inside the Federal government think so. And those bureaucrats with ideas on how to save money can enter in the second annual SAVE Award contest (http://saveaward.gov).

  While this contest appears to have good intentions, the outcome is nothing more than a gimmick. Considering that the top prize for the best idea is a personal meeting with Obama who has sworn to include that idea in his fiscal 2012 budget proposal, this contest exposes exactly the wrong mentality that has led the Federal behemoth down the road to fiscal train wreck.

  Think about all the ideas that will be offered by Federal government workers. One can assume that none of the ideas would include closing worthless departments or agencies because one would not suggest their job as valueless. This is why the merit of such a contest is lost.

Dead Potomac Scrolls Found! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Yid With Lid   
Saturday, 10 July 2010 09:51

   In a Washington D.C. news conference, archeologists working for the Smithsonian Institution have announced an incredible discovery, a revised copy of the U.S Constitution dated 1790, that was passed by the original 13 States and was supposed to supplant the version that was ratified in 1788. The Chief Archeologist on the project named the document "the Dead Potomac River Scrolls," because they were found in a previously unknown cave on the bank of the Potomac.


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