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Mexico’s Energy Reform: So Far, So Good

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Mexico’s Energy Reform: So Far, So Good

Last week’s enactment of the “secondary legislation” to implement Mexico’s energy reform is an impressive step forward.  That country’s economic future could be fundamentally transformed, if Mexico’s leaders follow through on a transparent, sustained effort to modernize the oil, gas, and electricity…

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Mexico’s Energy Reform: So Far, So Good

Last week’s enactment of the “secondary legislation” to implement Mexico’s energy reform is an impressive step forward.  That country’s economic…
by Roger F. Noriega and Felipe Trigos | September 02, 2014 Read More

Let the Ex-Im Bank Expire For The Sake of Free Markets

As our national economy continues to lumber along towards full recovery, one thing remains abundantly clear: the federal government shouldn’t…
by Nathan Hanks | September 01, 2014 Read More

Big Wind’s Last Gasp?

Wind energy development in the United States has slumped. Despite record installations in 2012, and eking out a 1-year, $12…
by Lisa Linowes | August 28, 2014 Read More

Thoughts on Ferguson: What I Know and Don’t Know

The one thing I know is that I don’t know what it it’s like to be a young black man…
by Lanny Davis | August 28, 2014 Read More

Interconnecting Internet Policy

The recent net neutrality debate at the Federal Communications Commission has revealed a variety of sentiments over to what extent…
by Scott Brown | August 27, 2014 Read More

As Illinois Democrat Struggles, Plouffe’s Uber Blasts Email to Members Praising Quinn

On Tuesday, the ride-sharing service Uber sent an email to its customers in Illinois praising Illinois Democratic Governor Pat Quinn…
by Shawn McCoy | August 26, 2014 Read More

International Consequences Worry Observers of the Domestic Net Neutrality Debate

As some call for government oversight of the Internet in the United States, there are worries that implementing such regulation…
by Shawn McCoy | August 25, 2014 Read More

Is the EPA listening to voters or a billionaire climate activist?

As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) moves forward with its plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants, Americans deserve…
by Mike Duncan | August 24, 2014 Read More