Ans: From all the debugging we do when using software.....
"All you really have to know about Net Neutrality is that its biggest promoters are George Soros and Google."
To begin with, the article linked is at www.dailykos.com, which is run by Markos Moulitsas. He is American born of a Salvadoran (a country with long standing socialist influences) mother and a Greek (more socialism) father, and grew up both in El Salvador and Chicago. Now I am from Indiana, not all that far from Chicago and know that a Republican in Chicago is regarded a Liberal in Indiana. He backed, and campaigned for Liberal Democrats throughout. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markos_Moulitsas]. He is a Leftist, and his web site reflects that.
The DailyKos article links to an article at thinkprogress.org, from which google tells us that Soros funds Thinkprogress and following the money, behind Net Neutrality, just as Rush alleged. And for that matter, reading the entire list of inter-networked organizations covered at http://discoverthenetworks.org/ finds George Soros deeply involved in funding a vast network of anti USA, anti-freedom, anti-capitalism, anti-Business organizations of the progressive Left. That includes the attack on the Chamber of Commerce.
George Soros, a statist Socialist who wants to control the world, is behind “Net Neutrality” [link here]
All of these individuals and organizations are committed Socialists and Progressives. The problem with that here is the USA, is that it is the diametric opposite of the US Constitution, Liberty, Capitalism (which is just people saving their money and investing it), and all else this country stands for. It is nothing new that Socialism has been infiltrating the USA for over 100 years. And it is nothing new that Socialism has never, ever, not one time, worked for an extended period of time. It seems to work, until it runs out of other peoples money. It will then die as it has always in the past, and with a fair share of suffering and violence as the throes of death proceed.
In short, Net Neutrality, especially done by the FCC, is un-Constitutional
The problem of the FCC “regulating” the internet is that they have NO governmental right to do so.
They were denied that right previously in court.
They were denied that right by Congress regardless of how many times it was tried.
Briefy, the Executive branch (President, and *his* FCC) cannot make law. Congress makes law, which when passed must be approved by the President. And that can be revoked in the Courts. The case here is that the President through the FCC is making law.
Obama, long before he was elected President, Obama lamented that the "Constitution is a charter of negative liberties". [audio]. The problem here is that the Constitution in every point, limits government and gives it NO right to do anything TO its citizens. That was done by design of the Founders. Obama laments that because he wants to impose Socialism and wealth re-distribution. These two, Socialism and the US Constitution, are incompatible.
I also cannot understand why people here cannot understand business. I am a business owner in that I have a 401K, and it invests in business. Hence most of my retirement is based on business dooing well. Yet so many here do not seem to like business or understand it, and would destroy the investments and retirements of millions of ordinary average citizens in their quest to take wealth from the so called rich.
For what it is worth, I'd fire about 100% of the Democrats, and somewhere above 75% of the Republicans. That might get rid of most of them that do NOT understand the Constitution at all.
Hashing Net Neutrality
Obama 2001: Scrap the Constitution, spread the wealth
The FCC Should Not Regulate the Internet
Just 21% Want FCC to Regulate Internet
Online books about the Constitution, Law, Liberty, etc.
That data eventually went by way of comma delimited format into an early Palm Pilot [An IBM branded model], and then into later Palm Pilots. I still have that data, much amended, to this day and still on a Palm and in the PC based software for Palm.
I still have all that TI99/4a hardware, but haven't run it for a couple of decades.
Zero understanding of concepts, terms, philosophy, and facts....or
You are deliberately trying to mislead.
Now, some Republicans ( not conservatives as that is not necessarily the same thing) such as McCain, Lugar, Gramnesty, are just about as socialist/marxist as the Democrats have become. So I'll only partly dispute that.
But you are totally in error and expose yourself by claiming the Tea Party folk are Communists. The principles of the Tea Party and Communists are direct opposites. Meanwhile, you cannot tell the difference between the Democrat platform and the Communist party platform. See http://www.cpusa.org/
"The net neutrality vision for government regulation of the Internet began with the work of Robert McChesney, a University of Illinois communications professor who founded the liberal lobby Free Press in 2002. Mr. McChesney's agenda? "At the moment, the battle over network neutrality is not to completely eliminate the telephone and cable companies," he told the website SocialistProject in 2009. "But the ultimate goal is to get rid of the media capitalists in the phone and cable companies and to divest them from control."
A year earlier, Mr. McChesney wrote in the Marxist journal Monthly Review that "any serious effort to reform the media system would have to necessarily be part of a revolutionary program to overthrow the capitalist system itself." Mr. McChesney told me in an interview that some of his comments have been "taken out of context." He acknowledged that he is a socialist and said he was "hesitant to say I'm not a Marxist."
And I do not know of an equivalent service, period.
I suppose the reason they might [are] dropping Deli is the lack of money coming in, as I don't know where that income would come from.
It can read/write NTFS and can run CLAM AV.
I even installed it on a thumb drive with two partitions. Used from Windows, it is a data drive. Boot from it and it goes into Insert Linux Rescue.
It is pretty spartan and very small so will fit on your older thumb drives that are too small for anything else.
"The urge to destroy is also a creative urge." -- Bakunin [ed. note - I would say: The urge to destroy may sometimes be a creative urge.]