Sleeveless in the House? Speaker Ryan Says No
July 7, 2017
As Americans celebrated our independence this week, a small but important slice of the nation’s leadership was fixated on sleeveless dresses and open-toed shoes and whether women working in w “the people’s house” should be permitted to wear them on the job.
President Trump's (Physical) Assault on the Press
July 6, 2017
President Trump is continuing and arguably intensifying his Twitter tirade on journalism, threatening the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of the press in the process.
'Maybe the Worst FCC I've Ever Seen'
June 20, 2017
In just a few short months, the Trump wrecking ball has pounded away at rules and regulations in virtually every government agency. The Federal Communications Commission is no exception.
Losing Net Neutrality Would Devastate Disabled Americans
June 19, 2017
Net neutrality matters to me as a disabled person because the internet is my primary source of socialization, entertainment, and news. I wasn't always disabled or chronically ill.
Net Neutrality: No 21st Century Democracy Without It
May 26, 2017
Ajit Pai, the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, appears all too ready to deliver the open internet on a silver platter to the highest bidders.