Net Neutrality as of 2015

In 2015, the FCC added regulations that prevented Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Verizon and Comcast from favoring certain websites and charging more to use things. Continue reading “Net Neutrality as of 2015”


Ajit Pai’s “Restoring Internet Freedom”

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai proposed the repeal of the 2015 Open Internet Order, commonly referred to as net neutrality, which will be voted on by a small committee starting December 14. Continue reading “Ajit Pai’s “Restoring Internet Freedom””

Welcome to Hell

The amount of sexual assault allegations that have surfaced in the media in the past few weeks is at a disappointing, but not surprising number.  Continue reading “Welcome to Hell”

Sen. John McCain Accepts Liberty Medal and Talks Patriotism

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) was presented the National Constitution Center’s annual Liberty Medal this week by Chairman of the National Constitution Center’s Board of Trustees and former Vice President Joe Biden. Continue reading “Sen. John McCain Accepts Liberty Medal and Talks Patriotism”

Ross Geller was bitchy, not sarcastic

While doing research for another class, I came across an article written by Charlotte Taylor this year called “Women are bitchy but men are sarcastic? Investigating gender and sarcasm.” It discussed the stereotypes of men and women using sarcasm and irony, and what differences there are between the genders. Continue reading “Ross Geller was bitchy, not sarcastic”

How to Not Get Accused of Racism: My Attempt at Satire

Me? I am not racist, I promise. I try to ignore racial stereotypes, but I still appreciate the cultures of each individual race; I’m not color-blind. I can list so many racist things that I definitely do not do, I swear. Continue reading “How to Not Get Accused of Racism: My Attempt at Satire”