Thursday, December 8, 2011

petition - internet censorship bill

The US government is back at at it. Individuals (political, corporate, or otherwise) will have the power to arbitrarily block access to internet sites. "Arbitrary" in the same fabricated, on-demand sense as the WBush administration's justification for war in Iraq. (A similar internet censorship bill was killed by petitions last year before it reached the floor). Click here to sign a petition. More info there, too.


  1. Way to go, Kayla. I know anything anti-establishment can count on you.....

  2. I also signed! Vive l'Internet!!

  3. I agree with the position of Jordan Cahler!

    Thank you for bringing this issue to light. Your work and dedication to free speech inspires us all.

    The next worse thing to censoring the internet would be taxing us on emails like postage stamps.

  4. haha Plummy. I always thought Nikki was my #1 fan :D :D :D Taxing emails...good idea... Send the idea to the Department of Revenue, maybe they'd give you a .005% cut.