Opinions from University Of Wisconsin–Madison's alumniSee all schools and universities
Mark Pocan, U.S. Congressman, Democrat
agrees Net neutrality[The end of net neutrality] will hand the keys to our open internet to major corporations to charge more for a tiered system where wealthy and powerful websites can pay to have their content delivered faster to consumers. This leaves smaller, independent websites with slower load times and consumers with obstructed access to the internet—a particularly harmful decision for communities of color, st... See More
Gary King, Professor at the Harvard University, political scientist and quantitative methodologistWe estimate that the government fabricates and posts about 448 million social media comments a year. The Chinese regime’s strategy is to avoid arguing with skeptics of the party and the government, and to not even discuss controversial issues. We show that the goal of this massive secretive operation is instead to distract the public and change subject.
Roy Spencer, Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in HuntsvilleI think it is more likely that the warming is mostly natural. At the very least, we have no way of determining what proportion is natural versus human-caused.
Kenneth Judd, Computational economist at Stanford University
disagrees $13,000 a year for every over-21-year-old American instead of all transfer payments would be better than the status quo13K is inadequate for anyone with no other income. Some people eligible for welfare choose to not apply, making this proposal unnecessary.
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