The time Davy Crockett met Bigfoot who warned him about the Alamo

In 1835, Davy Crockett reportedly wrote a letter to his brother-in-law Abner Burgin telling him of a rather strange experience in the Mexican province of Texas just six months before Crockett was killed at the Battle of the Alamo. From the letter: “William and I were pushing through some thicket, clearing the way, when I sat down to mop my brow.

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California Senate Backs Strict Guarantees of Net Neutrality

On Wednesday, the California state Senate approved guarantees of net neutrality that are stricter than the ones the Federal Communications Commission implemented in 2015. Those federal rules prohibited blocking, throttling and paid prioritization .

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Serial Swatter Indicted For Death Of Gamer, Disruption Of FCC Net Neutrality Vote

A California man who allegedly placed a hoax emergency call that resulted in the death of a Kansas man is also believed to be responsible for the fake bomb threat that disrupted the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to repeal net neutrality …

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Net neutrality issues rises again

Net neutrality has again come into the public eye with the U.S. Senate passing the Congressional Review Act on May 16. The Senate’s legislation states, “This joint resolution nullifies the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission entitled ‘Restoring Internet Freedom.’ The rule published on Feb. 22, 2018: To clarify, if this became law, it would override the FCC’s 2017 position as explained near the end of this article.

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Day of Action: Help California Pass a Gold Standard Net Neutrality Bill

In December of 2017, contrary to the will of millions of Americans , the FCC made the decision to abandon net neutrality protections . On the first day of business in the California state legislature, State Sen. Scott Wiener introduced a bill that would bring back those protections and more for Californians.

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