The Evaporation of Contrived Momentum

And Just like that. It was over.

See Also: (Lionel) – Now That the Enemy Has Shown Their Colors, We’ve Won

All this time and effort and for what?

Also: (Lionel) – The Kavanaugh Cacophony and Coprolalic Caterwauling Cemented the Collective Contempt of Citizens

“The young man knows the rules, but the old man knows the exceptions.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes

Also: (Lionel) – Trump’s DOJ Slaps Down Governor Moonbeam’s Transparent Attempt at Faux ‘Net Neutrality’

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the state of California alleging that Senate Bill 822, an Internet regulation bill signed into law earlier today by Governor Jerry Brown, unlawfully imposes burdens on the Federal Government’s deregulatory approach to the Internet, announced Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Acting Associate Attorney General Jesse Panuccio, Assistant Attorney General Joseph H. Hunt for the Justice Department’s Civil Division, and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai.

In 1996, a bipartisan Congress decided that the Internet should remain “unfettered by Federal or State regulation.” Since 2002, the FCC has accordingly classified broadband Internet access as an “information service” that is exempt from public-utility regulations. The FCC briefly departed from this classification in a 2015 Order, which imposed restrictions on the freedom of the Internet. In 2018, the FCC returned to its prior light-touch framework, ensuring that Internet access services are free and guided by a uniform set of federal rules, rather than by a patchwork of state and local regulations. The United States concluded that California, through Senate Bill 822, is attempting to subvert the Federal Government’s deregulatory approach by imposing burdensome state regulations on the free Internet, which is unlawful and anti-consumer.

Also: (Lionel) – Tomorrow Justice Is Delivered

It was a long slog and worth the wait.