POLITICO’s editorial board on Friday agreed on a single thing: Republicans want to change the way the Internet works, and they want to get it done quickly.
That’s a big deal, given the importance of the Internet to the country’s economic growth and prosperity.
But, it’s also important to remember the Internet isn’t just a powerful tool.
It’s also a valuable public service.
The internet, as the name implies, allows people to get information from anywhere in the world.
It helps people connect, share information, and share ideas, all at the same time.
The net is also the main source of news and information for most people in the U.S., and it’s been a vital resource for many industries, from news organizations to financial institutions.
But that information is also available to everyone else, including big tech companies like Facebook and Google.
The FCC voted in March to roll back net neutrality rules, which have allowed ISPs to treat all traffic equally, but it’s unclear whether the FCC will get the votes it needs to reverse those rules.
Republicans have been talking for a while about the importance and the need to “roll back the Internet,” and the House is now considering a bill that would roll back the rules.
The Internet is a platform that has served us well for decades, and I want to be able to use the internet as I want, to get as much information as I can, whenever I want.
We should all be able, as a society, to do what we want on the internet.
And I’m glad that Congress has been able to do that, because it will allow us to move forward.
In the past year, Congress has passed dozens of bills aimed at improving the Internet, including legislation to make it easier to access the internet for low-income people.
But while the bills may be a step in the right direction, they’re not enough.
We need more.
If Republicans can’t get the FCC to roll out the Internet rules in their legislative language, we can’t afford to wait for President Trump to do the right thing.
Trump has made a career of undermining Internet openness, and he’s using his bully pulpit to further this agenda.
But his attacks on the FCC are nothing new, and the FCC is not the only agency he can’t fire.
We can all work together to pass legislation that would put a stop to the FCC’s rollback of net neutrality and internet openness rules, and to allow us all to do more.
Here’s a look at what Republicans have in mind for the Internet:How can we help roll back Internet openness?1.
Get rid of the FCC.
The Internet isn