ALG's Daily Grind - Can Obama give away the Internet without Congress?


April 1, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Can Obama give away the Internet without Congress?
Wall Street Journal's L. Gordon Crovitz: "The Property Clause of the Constitution says Congress must pass legislation to effect a transfer of government property. Arguably the president could no more transfer the valuable control over the naming and domains of the Internet than he could give Alaska back to Russia."

Cartoon: Sham Wow

Clouds on the solar horizon
Solar panel buyers beware.

Ace of Spades: Less than one-quarter of Obamacare enrollees were previously uninsured; Three quarters were people thrown off their existing insurance
Rand Corporation study: "[O]f the people who have paid their first month's premium on the Obamacare exchanges, and are thereby enrolled in coverage, 76 percent were previously insured, and 24 percent were previously uninsured."