First the Internet, Then Sovereignty

There's a power grab taking place under the not-so-watchful eyes of the U.S. electorate -- by that I mean the same people who voted to re-elect President Barack Obama despite overwhelming evidence that he did a miserable job during his first term in office.  Thomas Lifson at American Thinker wrote about it on Monday: Next week, the UN's International Telecommunications Union will convene a meeting [in] Dubai aimed at grabbing control of and taxing the internet, all in the name of global peace, justice, and harmony. The revolutionary interactive telecommunications medium is simply too useful for ordinary people to inform and express themselves, and too democratic for the majority of regimes that comprise the United Nations. Far from being a democratic institution devoted to peace, the UN represents the interests of its members, whose numbers are overwhelmingly comprised of repressive third world regimes. [...] Regrettably for freedom-loving Americans,...(Read Full Post)