March 26, 2014
Permission to republish original opeds granted.
Bill Clinton and Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales question international takeover of Internet
Clinton: "A lot of the people who've been trying to take this authority from the United States wanted to do it for the sole purpose of cracking down on Internet freedom and limiting it."
Learning from extremists' tactics, job creators file a lawsuit against the federal government
On March 17, Oklahoma and the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance (DEPA filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) alleging the agency "engaged in 'sue and settle' tactics when the agency agreed to settle a lawsuit with a national environmental group over the [Endangered Species Act] listing status of several animal species, including the Lesser Prairie Chicken."
Techdirt.com: Senator Schumer more or less admits his 'media shield' law won't protect actual journalists
"[L]ast week, the main author of the Senate's shield law, Senator Chuck Schumer, himself has admitted that he's not sure if his own law would protect Glenn Greenwald."
Hobby Lobby isn't today's most important case
Tuesday, all eyes will be on a high-profile Obamacare case before the Supreme Court. But just a few blocks away, a lower court will hear a lesser-known Obamacare case that could have a far greater impact on the future of the law.