It looks like FCC chair Ajit Pai thinks he's funny. Hours before the FCC voted to kill net neutrality, the right-wing website The Daily Caller published this video.
In it Pai, a former Verizon lawyer, outlines "a few of the things you will still be able to do on the Internet after these Obama-era regulations are repealed"—which include "take selfies with your pets" and "binge watch your favorite shows."
At a time when courts are increasingly called upon to check the excesses of our political system, a new Brennan Center report finds that judicial integrity is increasingly under threat. A torrent of special interest money, often from secretive sources, is flooding state supreme court elections. Read more: bit.ly/2j4n6Wg
Civil rights movement veteran Al McSurely of North Carolina serves on the steering committee of the newly-launched Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for a Moral Revival. In this interview, he shares the lessons he learned organizing in Appalachia during the original Poor People's Campaign launched by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years ago.
OSP wins a Digital Science ‘Catalyst Grant’ We’re pleased to announce that we’ve won a Catalyst Grant for innovative research tool-building projects, offered by Digital Science. The grant will support the extension of the OSP into other languages, beginning with German, Spanish, and Japane....