Prioritizing Traffic On The Internet: Why Change What Works?

One of the great things about the internet is that most Americans don’t need to spend too much time thinking about how it actually works. Most of the time, barring some technical ... Continue Reading →

The Net Neutrality Zombie Lives! Congress Should Kill It Off

Internet: The Senate has voted to raise net neutrality from the dead, a very bad idea. Worse, the 52-47 margin of victory included three Republicans who should know better. We hope ... Continue Reading →

States Are Getting A Windfall In Revenues, But Will They Return The Money To Taxpayers?

Tax Cuts: When Republicans were putting together their tax reform plan last year, a chorus of critics warned that it would devastate state budgets. Like so many other claims, this ... Continue Reading →

From Big Blue Wave To A Toss Up

Last December, the midterm outlook looked bleak for Republicans. With the Democrats enjoying a 13-point lead on the Generic Ballot, pundits talked of a “big blue wave.” ... Continue Reading →

Trump Moves Embassy to Jerusalem: Why This City Matters

This week, the Trump administration inaugurated the new American embassy in Jerusalem. The celebration in Israel was palpable; the embassy move came amidst the national celebration ... Continue Reading →

A Crisis That Everyone Is Ignoring

Is anyone paying attention to the crisis that is going on in our electric power markets? X Over the past six months, at least four major nuclear power plants have been slated for ... Continue Reading →

Argetina Financial Crisis: Why It Matters

The world is not ready for another financial crisis, but another financial crisis may be ready for the world. X OK, the odds of this are long. Still, they’re not nonexistent. ... Continue Reading →

After Trump Nixes It, What Comes Next?

The path to today’s problems with Iran passed through the University of Chicago squash court where on Dec. 2, 1942, for 4.5 minutes physicist Enrico Fermi, making calculations ... Continue Reading →

Canadians Can’t Wait Any Longer For Healthcare Justice

Canada’s health care system is back on trial. Last month, a nine-year-old lawsuit challenging British Columbia’s prohibition on private health insurance and private payment ... Continue Reading →

Left Struggles To Make Sense Of Liberal Abuser

Former attorney general of the state of New York Eric Schneiderman allegedly had a pattern of slapping and choking women with whom he was intimate. He also spat at them, demanded ... Continue Reading →
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