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Show Notes: Free the People’s Josh Withrow Talks Internet Freedom

This week we have special guest Josh Withrow joining the program!

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Josh is the Director of Public Policy at Free the People and Associate Editor at Conservative Review.

From his bio at Free the People:

Prior to joining Free the People, Josh was the Legislative Affairs Manager at FreedomWorks. There, he oversaw federal legislative priorities and spent considerable time working with allies on the Hill to develop and implement policy strategies to advance liberty. He was also responsible for managing FreedomWorks’ legislative scorecard, determining which votes to score and weights assigned. Before joining in the cause of liberty, Josh was on the path to academia, earning his B.A. in Classics and History from the University of Nebraska, and his M.A. in Medieval Studies from Western Michigan University. When not working (which is rarely) Josh can be found reenacting the Civil War, playing classical piano or cheering on his New England Patriots.

Show summary: Did the US government really just give away the Internet? Is the USA Freedom Act worse than the Patriot Act? All that and so much more as we discuss ICANN, the UN and so much more in this week’s episode.

Additional notes:

-Josh mentions tech specialist from Mercatus Eli Dourado.

Here is the link to the previous episode where I discuss Net Neutrality and the deal with ICANN with former Libertarian presidential candidate Kevin McCormick.


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About Remso W. Martinez (138 Articles)
Remso W. Martinez is a blogger, activist, and host of the “Remso Republic” podcast. You can see more of Remso’s work at www.remsorepublic.com

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