Companies who fraudulently represent themselves to achieve taxpayer subsidies are, quite literally, stealing from all Americans.
Claims that removing the ‘protections’ of net neutrality would transform the internet into a tiered fiefdom have turned up flat.
Critics are calling for Congress to force the popular platforms to open their codebooks. This would be bad for those companies and for consumers.
Until the UPU delivers fairer rates for American businesses, they will be stuck with an outrageous arrangement keeping their prices artificially high.
Many of the items set to be taxed are craft supplies — like yarn and fleece — that are purchased from China and sold in U.S. stores.
As infrastructure reform gears up, policymakers across the country should critically examine federal, state, and local ‘incentives’ propping up the procurement of road salt.
New data on the state of insurance markets should force prognosticators to rethink their assumptions and predictions about the numbers of uninsured.
Driverless car companies are telling the public and governments their product is safer than manned vehicles, but the proof of that claim isn’t here yet.
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