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Who’s Winning the Broadband Race?

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Who’s Winning the Broadband Race?

The impact of broadband policy models on the quality of the networks that enable us to use the Internet is a background question in many current controversies, such as the FCC’s net neutrality rulemaking. If America’s networks are first-rate, there’s no need…

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Who’s Winning the Broadband Race?

The impact of broadband policy models on the quality of the networks that enable us to use the Internet is…
by Richard Bennett | October 21, 2014 Read More

Ron Klain as Ebola Czar: The Right Person for the Right Job at the Right Time

So does anyone doubt that if President Obama had appointed a medical expert to become the Ebola "czar" to manage…
by Lanny Davis | October 20, 2014 Read More

Why Joni Ernst will be the next US Senator from Iowa

Find the other articles in this series here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and a…
by Shawn McCoy | October 20, 2014 Read More

Football Scandals and the Nobel Prize in Economics

It is a sick joke on the victims of sexual assault and abuse. Eric Barron was president of Florida State…
by Shawn McCoy | October 17, 2014 Read More

Abusive Tax Policies Are to Blame for Corporations Going Overseas

American companies that reincorporate abroad are not doing so to avoid paying taxes on U.S. earnings, despite the often misleading…
by Steve Stanek | October 16, 2014 Read More

Divestment is a Distraction to Better Policies

Environmentalists from all over the country gathered last month in New York to witness the United Nations’ summit on climate…
by Dr. Margo Thorning | October 16, 2014 Read More

Flu Recommendations for this Fall

Here at the start of the traditional flu season, it’s important to remind Americans of the simple – yet important…
by Dr. Richard Carmona (@DrRichCarmona) | October 15, 2014 Read More

Where’s the Outrage? Recent Income and Poverty Numbers Show Little Improvement

The more I review the United States Census Bureau’s recent report on income and poverty, the more troubled I become. …
by Robert Doar | October 14, 2014 Read More