Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Dial-up Rules for the Broadband Age?

Eventually the truth comes out. The call for net neutrality is really a call for a return to monopoly common carrier regulation for broadband networks.

City Hall Legislating in the Shadows

Is Mayor Bloomberg so devoted to his public-health drive that he’s willing to break the law?

Mining Policy Designed to Benefit Our Own—Mighty Rare

What is essential to modern energy production and management including oil-and-gas development, wind and solar, and LED lights, and has rare bipartisan support in both houses of Congress?

Real vs. Contrived “Modern” FCC Policy Thinking – Part 20 Obsolete Communications Law Series

Just like the wisdom that one cannot make a silk purse from a sow’s ear; one cannot make “modern” FCC policy from obsolete communications law.

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Learning and Succeeding "Differently"

Having a child who struggles in school torments parents – whether it’s because of attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, an inability to comprehend “whole word” approaches in learning to read, or ju

Forty Years Ago, Scarcity Was Our Reality

October 17 was the fortieth anniversary of the oil embargo slapped on America by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

The Biggest Failure of Obamacare: Increasing the Number of Uninsured

Some people have been surprised by the failure of the Obamacare web site and more broadly of the federal exchanges generally.

The Biggest Failure of Obamacare: Increasing the Number of Uninsured

Some people have been surprised by the failure of the Obamacare web site and more broadly of the federal exchanges generally.