Saturday, January 15, 2011

Alexander & Goldman show tonight: Net Neutrality and Gun Control after Jared Lee Loughner

Join us tonight on the Alexander & Goldman Show from 6-7pm AZ/MST as we discuss Net neutrality and the calls for gun control in the wake of Jared Lee Loughner's tragic shootings. Net neutrality is the federal government's latest attempt to regulate and censor the internet, and it's a bad idea. The FCC passed new rules in December prohibiting internet providers from charging more for certain applications/websites that use heavy bandwidth.

The left is already clamoring for more gun control laws, and members of Congress are proposing new restrictions that would close the gunshow loophole and prohibit anyone with a gun from coming within 1000 feet of a member of Congress, the president, vice-president or federal judges. These are all bad ideas, but fortunately with Republicans in control of the House, and a trend nationwide in recent years of protecting the Second Amendment, probably none of these proposed restrictions will go anywhere. 

Please call in at 602.508.0960 and let us know your thoughts. Tune in locally to KKNT 960 AM or listen live online at Our January 1st 4-hour show with James Allen going over the top news stories of 2010 is now available here

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