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  • Internet access; what would Teddy do?

    The Connect America Fund aims to connect 7 million unserved rural Americans to broadband in six years, and puts the nation on a path to connect all 19 million unserved rural residents by 2020. The FCC launched this unprecedented broadband expansion last year when it reformed and modernized the Universal Service Fund, which connected rural America to the telephone network in the 20th century. The Commission created the Connect America Fund to unleash the benefits of broadband for all Americans in the 21st century. In the first phase, about $115 million of public funding will be coupled with tens of millions more in private investment to quickly expand broadband infrastructure to rural communities in every region of the nation.
     
    Originally, the U S Postal Service requested Congress amend the laws so USPS could be an Internet Provider service, allowing internet access to expand not only into rural areas, but also into poor urban areas that other companies did not find profitable. The result is that Americans pay many times higher costs than families in Europe, and in many areas there is a monopoly of one provider. Of course, USPS was not allowed to enter the market because the cable companies bought off congress with campaign contributions (legal bribes, as if you didn’t know) to keep their monopolies intact. Would the Bull Moose Party under Teddy Roosevelt have allowed such a thing to happen?
  • The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin

    The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism by Doris Kearns Goodwin, who is the best Presidential historian and expert, also a distinguished commentator on PBS. One of the Best Books of the Year as chosen by The New York Times , The Washington Post, The Economist, Time

    We highly recommend this newly released book for the best information in the Bull Moose Party; that is, the REAL Bull Moose Party, not the 2016 wannabe's. The idea that modern day Republicans want to associate themselves with the principles of the 1912 Bull Moose Party is absurd and typically hippocritical of the wealthy fox in sheep's clothing.

  • President Teddy Roosevelt

    The last great Republican President, Theodore Roosevelt stuck his walking stick up the hornet's nest of financial tycoons and stirred up the monopoly barons of the 1900's. Promising to be a one - term president, he was followed by President Taft in 1908. Unhappy with Taft, Roosevelt ran against Taft's re-election and lost that primary. Roosevelt then formed the independent Bull Moose Party and ran as the third party candidate in 1912.  Roosevelt understood that growing economic disparity between the working class and the corporate upper class could not sustain a fair capitalist system.

  • Disc Jockey Service

    Bull Moose Party is a reasonably priced Disc Jockey service (based on number of hours and proximity to Chicago) with professional sound equipment and a wide variety of current and classic music, plus the ability to plug in your phone or your guests' phones to play songs right off your playlist!

    IF YOU ONLY WANT SONGS FROM YOUR PLAYLIST OR YOUR GUESTS' PLAYLISTS DIRECTLY OFF YOUR PHONES OR IPODS WE CAN GIVE YOU A ROCK BOTTOM RATE!  For detailed information, send inquiries to jeffwatz@gmail.com

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