Internet/FCC

  • Advocate win/win policies developed through critical thinking and reject the notion that someone has to lose for someone else to win. The United States has the brain power to apply approaches where everyone can benefit; but, as a nation, we must have the intent to pursue such a path.
  • It was ludicrous and wrong for the FCC to repeal Net Neutrality and to jeopardize internet protections established for the general public under Net Neutrality. At the same time, it should be possible to create additional financial incentives for ISPs to innovate beyond today’s capabilities and to sell those innovations without a disadvantage or penalty to the general public or small businesses. The free market is a valuable tool if properly regulated with common sense.