If you are interested in learning more about the debate over the FCC's authority to protect broadband Internet users, you might want to check out this Federalist Society debate from March 3 featuring me and the very talented Helgi Walker, who argued the Comcast case. You will hear some of the myths I discussed in my previous post.
It's amazing how many people seem shocked that I would participate in a Federalist Society event not once, but twice over the past 5 months. But I would do it again and again. The intellectual debates are honest and substantive, not personal, and more than one Fed-Soc member has come up to me after speaking to say that I made them rethink their assumptions. Speaking in the echo chamber is boring and doesn't help me hone my advocacy skills. Note to companies and organizations we do battle with: Invite me to come and speak!