As the FCC Revisits Net Neutrality, Let’s Remember the Day the Internet ‘Ended’

When the Federal Communications Commission announced in 2017 that it was ending “net neutrality,” a series of rules which governed how users could access the internet, the media and Democrats rushed to pronounce the internet dead. CNN even ran an obituary on its homepage: Of course, the internet didn’t die. But that doesn’t matter to the … Read more

Pentagon To Review Senior Official Linked to Iranian Government Group

Ariane Tabatabai outed as an alleged member of an Iranian-run influence network Ariane Tabatabai (YouTube screenshot) A senior Pentagon official on Thursday said his office is reviewing top-secret security access for another official alleged to be part of a secret Iranian government-run propaganda network, marking an about-face from an initial defense offered earlier in the … Read more

Joe Biden Personally Requested Meeting with Hunter’s Chinese Business Partner, Text Messages Suggest

President Joe Biden personally requested an audience with a Chinese oil executive whose company weeks earlier paid Hunter Biden millions of dollars in consulting fees, text messages obtained and released by the House Ways and Means Committee this week suggest. Hunter Biden said his uncle’s “brother” would be in New York City and wanted to … Read more

WATCH: House Dem Says Only Thing Biden Is Guilty of Is ‘Being a Father’

A House Democrat said the only thing President Joe Biden is guilty of “is being a father,” as the president faces an impeachment inquiry into his potential involvement in his son’s overseas business dealings. “This entire fake impeachment inquiry isn’t about the United States,” Rep. Max Frost (D., Fla.) said during the first hearing on … Read more

As California Charter Schools Excel, Los Angeles’s Top Public District Makes It Harder To Attend Them

New district policy will bring difficult commutes for low-income charter school families, officials argue (Getty Images) Los Angeles’s top public school district approved a measure that will make it harder for students to attend the city’s popular charter schools, a move that comes as those schools deliver stronger academic gains than their district counterparts. The … Read more

‘Critical Lapse in Judgment’: House Committee Chair Blasts Biden for Picket Line Visit

The head of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce slammed President Joe Biden’s Tuesday visit to the United Autoworkers picket line as a “critical lapse in judgment.” “Your actions placed significant costs on taxpayers and were highly inappropriate,” wrote Rep. Virginia Foxx (R., N.C.), chairwoman of the committee, in a Thursday letter to … Read more

New York Appeals Court Refuses Trump’s Request To Delay Fraud Trial

A New York appeals court on Thursday refused to delay Donald Trump‘s scheduled Oct. 2 civil fraud trial, after the former U.S. president accused the trial judge of wrongly refusing to throw out most of the case. In a brief order, a five-judge panel of the Appellate Division, a mid-level appeals court in Manhattan, denied Trump‘s motion … Read more