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Quo Vadis, Net Neutrality?

As it currently stands, in free Western countries (sorry, Australia) the Internet works on the basis of Net Neutrality: no matter the source, the content or the destination of information on the Internet, it is delivered at the same speed, without discrimination. Differences in connection

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Donald Trump Says That His Presidential Campaign Aims To “Save Christianity”

When Donald Trump talks about his plans to use the federal government to “save Christianity once and for all”, he is talking about a plan to overturn the Constitution and end democracy in the United States of America. Now that Donald Trump has made his intention to seize the U.S. federal government and convert it into a central authority over Americans’ religious lives, Americans need to ask themselves whether it is more important to them to push one form of Christianity on other Americans, or to preserve their democracy.

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The Pros and Cons of Bobby Jindal for President

Yesterday, Bobby Jindal announced that he is running for the Republican nomination for President in 2016. Would he make a good President of the United States? Pros: – Jindal has impressive raw intelligence. He earned a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University. – In Congress, Jindal

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Jim Webb for President, The Pros and Cons

This week, former U.S. Senator from Virginia Jim Webb announced that he is forming an exploratory committee, the first step in beginning a campaign for the Democratic nomination for President in 2016. What can we make of the Jim Webb for President campaign? Here’s a

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Fight For The Future, Slowly With Cats

On Wednesday, I’ll be writing an article for Irregular Times, but I’ll be doing it slowly. Every couple of minutes, I’ll get up to grab a cup of coffee, or take a walk around the block, or take a nap. Thus shall you know my

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?