The US economy needs more help from Washington — preferably ASAP

America’s “K-shaped” recovery is a convenient phenomenon for analysts who focus a lot on income inequality, not to mention those convinced America already suffers from severe “late stage capitalism.” To them, it’s just another example ....

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Almost-Speaker McCarthy

Four years ago, many commentators lamented that Hillary Clinton fell short of winning the Electoral College by less than 80,000 votes. “You Could Fit All the Voters Who Cost Clinton the Election in a Mid-Sized ....

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It’s time to modernize Department of Defense resourcing

The Department of Defense (DoD) needs a modernized resourcing structure that is responsive to joint program planning and execution — and also supports congressional oversight. Congress needs better budget justification descriptions and more timely visibility ....

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Beyond 230: Reframing the conservative debate over social media regulation

Recent tech policy debates have been animated by the surprising push by both Democrats and Republicans to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the cornerstone of internet law. But that bipartisan call masks ....

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Democrats don’t make a case for regulating Big Tech

In a recent blog post, I wrote that July’s House Judiciary Committee hearing featuring Big Tech CEOs from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google turned into two hearings: one for Democrats, who largely want to control ....

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Republicans don’t make a case for regulating Big Tech

The recent House Judiciary Committee hearing featuring Big Tech CEOs from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google turned into two hearings: one for Democrats, who largely want to control the companies’ business models and finances, and ....

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