Net Neutrality: a good thing or not? One one hand it sounds good to require strictly equal internet access and service, but on the other hand, with no investment incentive for internet developers, everyone who uses the internet could be adversely affected. First guest is Everett Ehrlich, former undersecretary of commerce in the Clinton administration, and a fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute. And on the second half, it’s something you probably never heard of: the TransPacific Partnership. It has been kept secret because the more Americans learn about it, the less we will like it. Some call the TPP the “Sneaky One Percenter Power Tool.” Listen in and learn why, and what you can do.

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