I’ve grown not trust the so-called fact checking sites. When you drill down on the ownership and alliances of many of these sites, you'll find them financed and supported by biased parties that have no interest in facts and are in effect, propaganda mills. A good example is the New York Times. I don't think you can call them the newspaper of record anymore. They are somewhat better than the Comedy Channels "News" shows.
The answer is easy and not a left or right issue. Fire those that defy your policy. Writers are a dime a dozen. The boss then hires those that want to do the job you want. Writers have all sorts of rights but those rights are personal. No one can deny them that but an employer doesn't have to provide them the media for personal issues.
How can I trust a man who couldn't find any reason to recommend charges against a politician that committed far worse crimes than those who are currently rotting in jail? I'm sure someone will employ this man in the future but not for his credibility or honesty. One might even ask why no charges have been against him for obstruction of justice.
These are the same people that said Britain would suffer if it leaves the EU. Instead, Britain is thriving while the EU continues to maintain the fast lane downhill. True the offshore tech industry that will hurt when Trump takes office. However, he will bring opportunity and innovation back to the tech industry in America. With Clinton press "2" for English and pray that you can understand them.
This is a solution that can work. There is no reason, besides a stupid law, that prevents a school from doing this in a classroom, gym or a whole school. Block WiFi and flip a switch to cut of hard-wired internet.
I'm going to buy myself a 67 Chevy with a tube AM/FM Radio, throw my phone in the garbage disposal and hit the back roads. I mean this stuff scares the shit out of me. Especially when I can't find any redeeming value out of the technological revolution worth much more than the simple remote control. Stay if you will. I'll give a big wave on your trip to hell.
I like sport and watch it often. But when ESPN and NBC started mixing politics with sports I've gone elsewhere to get my fix, even as far as the radio or just reading a book. I asked my cable company offer the channels I watch without the crap I don't want or I'm gone. I can find most of what I want on the internet it just requires a little more work.
Progressives don't think the United States Constitution applies to them or their actions. What is surprising is that the Bergen Dispatch isn't in lock-step with it's fascist brothers in the MSM. The Bergen Dispatch and the people behind it will be severely punished.
Based on the actions of the US Government, State Governments and/or International Organizations I would find it hard to trust any political organization to enforce or run net neutrality.
Until we have a Bill of Internet Rights it doesn't matter because whatever the moneyed want they will get while the user will have no choice but to bend over if they don't want to be labeled Criminal Terrorist.
All you have to do is look around and look at other government operations (post office, VA, Obamacare, NSA, IRS, EPA, etc) to understand why letting the government run the internet is a bad idea. Agreed, Big Business is no better. So how about all parties (gov, business and users) agreeing on a list of users rights that internet provider must guarantee and let the fed enforce only.