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WATCHWOMAN WARNING!!! Net Neutrality sounds good, but it is not good.  It will severely hamper and still any controversial voices out there.  Conservative Christians do not follow political correctness.  Net Neutrality is about stilling the dissenting voices of conservative Christians and Tea Party people because we don’t go along with the current communist party lines and one-world government socialists that come from every political party. There is not one conservative Christian organization out there that I know of that supports Net Neutrality.  BEWARE! ▬ Donna Calvin

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By: Conn Carroll

Senior Editorial Writer Follow Him @conncarroll
Documents made public yesterday by Judicial Watch describe extensive collusion by Federal Communications Commission officials with a left-wing advocacy group in a campaign to expand government regulation of the Internet.

The documents, obtained by Judicial Watch in a December 2010 Freedom of Information Act request, were created after Democrat appointees solidified their 3-2 control of the agency in March 2009.

Judicial Watch is a conservative nonprofit that specializes in using the FOIA and other avenues to expose corruption in government.

The coordination between FCC officials and Free Press, the advocacy group, supported a proposal for the agency to regulate access to the Internet as if it were a public utility, in the interest of ensuring “Net Neutrality.”

Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/2011/06/conn-carro…

Links on the relationship between Free Press and George Soros:

George Soros Funds Free Press

The Plan to Silence Conservatives

George Soros and Free Press

There are many many other articles out there. Just type into your favorite search engine “George Soros and Free Press” and you will get a plethora of articles.

Source: http://www.patriotactionnetwork.com/forum/topic/show?id=2600775%3ATopic%3A4091810&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_topic

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