In Friday’s front-page wire-service story about the repeal of net neutrality, AT&T’s senior Vice President Bob Quinn said the internet “will continue to work tomorrow just as it always has” and they won’t block or slowdown traffic or content. If that’s so, why did they work so hard to change it?
I pay my gasoline taxes to help fund these roads. Yet I am told I cannot use what I help pay for?
What magical figure will ensure our kids learn their ABCs, get the teachers a raise and make the unions happy, yet allow the taxpayer to keep his wallet in his pocket?
Energy is a national issue.
So many possibilities.
A cautionary tale.
I sit in traffic and watch an occasional vehicle go by.
A story of Metro and a lone homeless girl.
But does it send the right message?
We know when we see a bad water bill. Assembly Bill 30 is one of those bills.
But watch out now that the state has elected all Democrats.