Considering the stunning level of bigotry and obstructionism he has faced (and I say this as a foreigner looking in) I'm surprised he got anything done in the dysfunctional system that is your government.
And all of that bigotry was in evidence long before Obama, and oftentimes really seems to be coming mainly from the Right, who seem hellbent on making sure that the poor, the non-white, the young, old and even their beloved veterans suffer for not being rich.
It depends if the ones that were more likely to burn up were more likely to do so at the start. It may be, given that the exact causes are unknown, that the longer you have a phone, the less likely it is to combust.
Right of Publicity is a very made-up right. It's not a natural right.
Additionally, if you put yourself on a public platform, you are pretty much agreeing that someone will do something with your information, whether it is simple lists, or games like this.
It's one thing someone using your likeness or name to endorse a product without your agreement. However, all that is being traded here is information that the CELEBRITIES THEMSELVES made *public*. So if the public wants to trade that information, they have every right, especially under the First Amendment.
Celebrities work by getting themselves known and some of their information public. So they can't complain when that public information is used in a way that causes neither them nor anyone else any harm.
So why do the Republicans keep overpaying for such an inept, bloated military?
Even Russia is way more effective. They at least have made territorial gains and helped influence their countries of choice. You can't even win wars (let alone peace) in third-world countries.
So many of your daft anti-regulatory arguments could be applied to so many other things. Why bother regulating nuclear power stations or clean water or vehicle safety or air passenger safety? Or monopolies... oh wait, that costs the oligarchs money, better regulate that to the hilt. Women's bodies? Foreigners? Likewise, unless they do the dirty work for slave wages.
Hell, why not take away regulations against not paying your workers, or minimum ages or something. Get your slaves young.
Isn't it more often Republican-led states where the telcos write statutes limiting competition?
Even if it isn't, how do you expect to force various states to open up competition without a federal agency? Destroying it and maybe maybe Antigua-definitely-maybe creating a new one is just pulling down the henhouses for the foxes.