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"Is this the Day the Internet Dies?

When I wrote my recent article for NRO arguing that we must regulate Internet monopolies as public utilities, I had no idea how timely it would become.  I submitted it to NR on Friday afternoon (The day before Charlottesville) with the plans to run it on Monday.   The news out of Virginia kicked everything back a bit and it ended up running on Tuesday.  By Tuesday night, perhaps coincidentally, Tucker Carlson was making the same argument on his popular TV show.
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