(Recorded February 07, 2015) This Week: (1) David explains the latest in the debate over Net Neutrality; (2) Boris updates us on the situation in Ukraine; (3) we touch base with Greece and her precarious place in the Eurozone; and (4) the boys give us a preview of cases coming before the Supreme Court.
This Week’s Links:
Given this week’s show, we thought you might find these interesting.
- FCC and Net neutrality: What you really need to know
- Republicans claim Obama had “improper influence” over net neutrality | Ars Technica
- Ukraine Insists Any Pact With Russia Must Adhere to Terms of September Accord
- Pressure Mounts to Arm Ukraine to Fight Pro-Russian Separatists – The Atlantic
- The Other Front in Ukraine’s War for Survival | Foreign Policy
- U.S. and Europe Working to End Ukraine Fighting
- U.S. Leans on Europe for Stronger Smackdown Against Russia | Foreign Policy
- The Humane Death Penalty Charade
- A Judicial Fund-Raising Case Causes Justices to Reflect on Their Own Jobs
- Greek Charm Offensive Is Charming No One So Far
- Can the eurozone afford a Greek exit?
- Welcome to the Backlash Era, Europe
- The enforcer
- Court will rule on same-sex marriage (UPDATED) : SCOTUSblog
- Justice Sotomayor: Stop Bending the Constitution to Favor Cops | Evan Bernick
- A License to Say Anything?
- Conservatives Know the Latest Obamacare Challenge Is Weak—That’s Why They’re Trying to Spin John Roberts
- A Surprising Omission from the Amicus Filings in King v. Burwell | Constitutional Accountability Center