The FCC voted yesterday to begin regulating the Internet as a public utility under a plan known as Net Neutrality. Let that sink in. The federal government will regulate the Internet in the same way the agency already regulates the telephone and cable television industries — and it calls that "neutral."

This may be only the beginning exposure of long-simmering scadals at the UN agency. Rajendra Pachauri, longtime chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), resigned Tuesday amid sexual assault and stalking charges, faces possible arrest.

Despite help from titans in Silicon Valley, China's attempts to censor the Internet continue to fail

Follow in the footsteps of officials in other states, lawmakers in Texas introduced legislation that would prohibit some state and local government participation in the deeply controversial United Nations “sustainability” scheme known as Agenda 21. With bills targeting the UN program introduced in both houses of the legislature and outrage about Agenda 21 still growing across Texas and the nation, activists and lawmakers are hopeful that the state will succeed in protecting property rights, self-government, and economic freedom from the Obama administration-backed UN scheme. However, elements of the establishment media and UN-loving forces in Texas and beyond have already made clear that they intend to fight back.

As climate-change skeptics say global warmists are like a religious cult, UN clilmate boss Pachauari admitted in his resignation letter that his anti-CO2 crusade is a "religion."

 

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