Wading into the the net neutrality debate this week, President Obama came out strongly for it, urging the FCC to reject its proposed "fast lane" approach to regulating the internet (which we've previously discussed here) and to ensure equal access.
Yesterday, the National Law Journal looked back and found support for the President's position in a 2005 Justice Scalia dissent.
Back in the present, Engaget covers FCC chair Tom Wheeler's resistance to Obama's overtures on the issue: "I am an independent agency," the chair declared. The same story notes that Sen. Ted Cruz calls net neutrality "Obamacare for the internet." (Really? Net neutrality is going to increase health insurance coverage? Amazing!)