First of all I read the guide lines already, I know what the questions are.<quoted text>
I will say this one more time. It has nothing to do with the questions. It's the fact that the FCC is in news media outlets in the first place that is the problem. The FCC is in control of content and having them in news rooms is a conflict of interest. The project's list of what constitutes "Critical Information Needs" is arbitrary, as it would have to be. The items include information about emergencies and risks; health and welfare; education; transportation; economic opportunities; the environment; civic information; and political information. While some aspects of each of these aspects could be considered "Critical" others certainly would not. Who decides that? Let me flip this on you. If the Republicans were in office and they were doing the same thing you would be livid (as would I) because you have called Republicans everything in the book and clearly have no love loss for them. The position you are taking on this is shortsighted and dangerous.
OMG, what do you mean if, "republicans were in office" they are in office now and 100% behind this non issue . This is partisan politics pure and simple, nothing more.
Don't worry, Darrell Issa will be launching an investigation into it any day now, then again you might want to worry, seems after all these investigations Ole Darrell has not proved squat has he?