In Politico’s “Arena”, Grover Norquist calls out President Obama on his failure to keep his tax pledge: “Barack Obama ran for president in 2008 with two key promises. He would never allow any tax hike on anyone earning less than $250,000 a year. And he would never spend an additional federal tax dollar without eliminating a dollar from existing spending… Needless to say, both promises were broken and broken hard. And repeatedly.”

Time runs with the story, “Net Neutrality: A New Flash Point for Foes of Big Government.”   Americans for Tax Reform’s own Kelly Cobb notes: “Managing traffic online, which is what Net neutrality would eliminate, is actually a very good thing. It equalizes everybody’s access to the Internet by ensuring the on ramp isn’t congested.”