Iranian Lawmakers Wear IRGC Uniforms, Chant "Death to America"
The Iranian regime lives and breathes Islamic extremism, which it seeks to export through its global jihad terrorist network. Iraq has prominent Iranian-affiliated Shiite militias and its government has strong ties to Iran.
Walters promised that the ACU would "double weigh" votes made by House congressmen on the "Save the Internet" Act in next year's "Ratings of Congress" report. "We urge Senate Majority Leader McConnell to prioritize his constituents over corporate interests and bring this legislation up for a vote". Adopted in 2015 during the Obama administration, these net neutrality protections had the backing of tech giants and startups as well as consumer advocacy groups, which together argued that strong federal open internet protections were necessary to preserve competition and allow consumers unfettered access to movies, music and other content of their choice. Their legislative effort gets right what the FCC got so wrong. Under the leadership of chairman Ajit Pai, appointed in 2017 by President Donald Trump, the FCC did away with the rules last summer. "I'm proud to stand with them in that fight". There's a lot of common ground on net neutrality. "It elevates the partisan politics of Title II over widely-supported rules of the road and would turn back the clock on the progress America is making", he claimed. H.R. 1644 ensures the FCC is the "cop on the beat" to protect consumers online, promote competition, and make certain that the FCC can close the digital divide and make broadband accessible and affordable for all. In a statement released on Twitter, the White House's Office of Management and Budget said the Save the Internet Act "would instead return to the heavy-handed regulatory approach of the previous administration". "It is a political statement built on a broken abomination of an FCC rulemaking".
"The one positive aspect that emerged from this gamesmanship is House Democrats' firm declaration against taxing the Internet via USF fees".