Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Seeks to Hurt Consumers
I’ve done it myself. More than once.
New Technology Disrupting and Upsetting Old Travel Business Model
We saw the final pitch of the Mississippi Braves’ season in 2012.
It was the 6th inning of the last home game of the season for the Braves’ double-A Southern League affiliate in Pearl, Miss., near Jackson. The wind had begun to rise, the trees to sway, and, finally, suddenly, it was raining hard.
Congress Should Address Patent Trolls
So, if you hold a patent and you think someone is violating it, you file a lawsuit.
Warren is Wrong – Free Trade is Good
This was classic Elizabeth Warren.
Hillary Clinton Wrong on Prescription Drug Price Controls
In 2003, Congress was negotiating the Medicare Modernization Act, which established the Part D prescription drug benefit.
California Drivers Taken for Ride by Liberal Billionaire Tom Steyer
So Tom Steyer wants to bail out California’s troubled university system with a 10 percent oil extraction tax.
Internet Music Streaming On Trial
In my fresh-out-of-college days, one of my best friends was a DJ for an FM rock radio station, and sometimes, I would go to the station and hang with him while he did his show.
If you Lobby for Your ObamaCare Bailout, You can Keep it
Usually, there are two ways to tell if the company you’re working for is in trouble: You have too much to do or too little. If you have too much to do, there is a chance your company doesn’t manage | Read More »
Obama Advocates European Ideas on Taxes
It may be time for another letter from Tom Cotton.
Grassley and Pitts Fighting Cronyism in 340B Program
DUH is the acronym for Duke University Hospital, and that seems somewhat appropriate considering its participation in what is known as the 340-B drug program.
Air Travel Cronyism Hurts Travelers
Our big three airlines—United, American and Delta—say they are being undermined by three airlines from the Middle East—Qatar Airlines from Qatar and Eltihad and Emirates airlines from the United Arab Emirates.
American’s Love Affair with Traditional AM/FM Car Radio
It was a perfect opportunity to see my beloved LSU Tigers play basketball. It was the Saturday after Thanksgiving in 2005, and they were playing at West Virginia.
Keep Our Skies Open to Competition
Most people probably don’t even hear the flight attendants’ final message when they reach their destination, so glad are we to be done with the brutal and demeaning experience that domestic flying has become.
Obama’s legacy: Obfuscator-in-Chief
There is one area in which this president has excelled, and sadly, future presidents likely will study his work and emulate it.
Binz is not being Borked
His nomination to lead FERC is in trouble because of his own misstatements.