They haven't passed the Net Neutrality regulations, phase one of the push for Single Payer Internet, but the FCC is already plotting phase two: a National Broadband Plan. Call it what you will: a socialist Five Year Plan, fascist-inspired industrial policy, what have you. It's a frightening step by this administration.
It's so frightening, in fact, that Senate Democrats think the FCC needs to be more plain spoken about their plans, currently being hidden in overly-fancy language. It's not impossible to speak about Internet policy in plain language. It's just not possible to plan fascist takeovers of industries in plain language without scaring voters, is all. Which is why they don't do it.
Meanwhile, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel refutes Net Neutrality proponents who claim that the practices NN is meant to oppose, are not theoretical:
Net-neutrality advocates raise the specter of providers censoring websites by slowing or cutting off access to them in the absence of new rules. Yet they cite only three isolated instances of this in the past five years. Each was quickly resolved.
Once again, we get more evidence that Net Neutrality is really just the crisis that progressives are using to grow government. We have to stop them.