Ten Conclusions About Government Owned Broadband Internet

June 27, 2014J

The New York University Law School’s Advanced Communications Law and Policy Institute (ACLPI) recently released a report that outlines the common problems with government-owned broadband networks (GONs). The report, authored by Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli with contributions from several government and business leaders in cities in states that have GONs, examines 10 networks across […]

An Event Without A Stage – By Joel Aaron Foster

May 22, 2014J

Imagine an event without a stage, a broadcast without a broadcaster, an audience without observers. Impossible? Not only is it possible, it’s probable and AFP Georgia is doing exactly this with the launch of the AFP Georgia Issues Hub. It’s an event to re-define the very nature of communication in an event setting – an […]

AFP Letter Opposing HB 907 – (Uber Bill)

March 05, 2014J,

Dear Georgia State representative: Please stand with consumers and business group leaders against HB 907 `UBER’ Bill”. Americans for Prosperity Georgia, the state’s premiere grassroots organization supporting economic freedom, is in opposition to House Bill 907. We will key vote this bill and ask that you vote against this protectionist legislation. The legislation seeks to […]

Consumer Freedom Goes Mobile In GA – By Joel Aaron Foster

January 24, 2014J

Walk in any restaurant or coffee house in Georgia today and what will you see at virtually every table? Rock out at Lakewood Amphitheater and what dots the crowd of concert-goers, held high overhead throughout the show? What was the most conspicuous aspect of the crowd shot boasting 100,000 attendees in St. Peter’s Square in […]