The way to help Republicans close the gap with Democrats when it comes to online activism is to avoid regulating the Internet, writes Michael Turk, who disagrees with a column by GOP consultant David All calling on the government to keep Internet service providers from controlling too much online infrastructure. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama chief economist responds to McConnell quoting him on Senate floor: He missed 'a critical part' Amazon reports .8B in weekend sales from independent businesses on its platform Ossoff features Obama in TV ad ahead of in Georgia run-off MORE's campaign is the spiritual successor to President Bush's 2004 campaign, since Obama's team is spending less on television ads and making a more cost-effective investment in field organizing, writes Patrick Ruffini.