Politicians like to talk about bringing the price of prescriptions down, but per usual, the true leaders in society actually do it.
The American Innovation and Choice Online Act would erode the consumer welfare standard and move our antitrust model closer to those seen in communist China and parts of Europe.
Assange was merely doing what the vast majority of the mainstream media has long since neglected: his job.
If this is what they do in a high-profile case, just imagine what goes on when they’ve got a poor defendant with a public defender who is juggling hundreds of cases.
There’s Just One Problem: That War Failed
Zuckerberg is as disingenuous in his stated aims as are the lawmakers. None of them actually care about free speech, truthful information, or bias. This is about money and control, as it almost always is when it comes to the government.
While Prince Harry, some Senators, and the American people may be confused about the First Amendment, the founders were not.
All evidence points to government-subsidization as the real culprit behind rising tuition costs.
Section 230 simply says that only internet users are responsible for what they write, not the private companies whose websites host the commenters. Secondly, it affirms what the First Amendment already implies—that private companies don’t have to host speech that violates their values.
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