Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Federal Regulators Continue ‘War on Fun'

Just in time for the holiday season, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is gearing up what can only be called a “war on fun,” persecuting legitimate foreign and domestic businesses for s

FCC Should Ask Congress for Authority to Address Internet Fast Lane Issue

If the FCC believes it needs additional legal authority to ensure no Internet “fast lanes” or “paid prioritization,” it should ask Congress for the authority to do it.

Los Angeles: Rail For Others

A few years ago, the satirical publication, The Onion ran an article under the headline "

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"Our Energy Policy is Insane: This is the Inconvenient Truth”

British journalist Tim Montgomerie wrote October 18, 2014 for The Times “Our energy policy is insane: this the

Obama's Revenge

The Democratic Party that supported President Obama’s agenda for the past six years was dramatically rejected in the midterm elections and the message for the new Republican-controlled Senate and H

Classic Film ‘Ghostbusters’ Offers Lesson in Economics

Just in time for Halloween, director Ivan Reitman’s classic film “Ghostbusters” marks its 30th year in the American zeitgeist.

Thinking the Unthinkable - Part III

Nothing has changed my mind that it would be “unthinkable” for the FCC to classify Internet service providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act, the part of the 1934 commu

Benjamin Constant: A Principled Voice of Liberty Worth Recalling

October 25th marked the 247th birthday of one of the greatest voices of liberty, the French political philosopher of freedom, Benjamin Constant.

Cancel the Midterms? I Don’t Think So!

Writing in The New York Times on Monday, November 3, 2014, from Durham, North Carolina, Professor David Schanzer and his student Jay Sullivan suggest that, by U.S.

Fee for Service Is Not the Problem

If you go to your doctor with severe pain or some other symptom suggesting a serious injury or illness, do you want him or her to have a financial incentive to treat you, or would you rather the do