Everyone wants a “free and open Internet.” But for over a decade, a debate has raged over what, exactly, this means. At a basic level, “net neutrality” refers to a set of principles about how Internet traffic should be treated by broadband providers. But activists who want the FCC to have greater control of the Internet use “net neutrality” as a codeword for “Title II,” which would mean heavy-handed, 1930s-style utility regulation. Berin Szoka went “On Point” with Tomi Lahren to explain the bait-and-switch: