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No, You Can't Take It With You
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No, You Can't Take It With You

Look, we're all very fond of our email addresses, and these days, it's often helpful -- though far from critical -- to maintain some stability in our email addresses.  But Declan McCullagh is absolutely right when he says that the FCC mandating that ISPs must provide "email portability" is a very, very bad idea.  Apparently a freelance writer here in D.C. got into a tiff with AOL when it canceled one of her email addresses and now wants companies to be forced to offer automatic mail forwarding.

10/03/2007
OMB: White House Will Fight Politics, Taxes
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OMB: White House Will Fight Politics, Taxes

BY Amanda Carpenter

The White House is prepared to hold fast against heavy-handed politics and Democratic tax hikes, said the newly-installed Director of the Office of Management and Budget Jim Nussle.

10/02/2007
No thanks to 'pay to Click'
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No thanks to 'pay to Click'

BY Peter Suderman

Stop. Put down your BlackBerry, stop typing that e-mail, and turn down that podcast for just a second. Then close your eyes and try to remember what life was like without the Internet. It wasn’t all that long ago that we lived in a world without iTunes or Amazon, without eBay or online banking, without YouTube or Google, where personal e-mail accounts were rare and no one knew what a blog was.

10/01/2007
Unions and Political Power
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Unions and Political Power

The Post reports what we already knew: Unionism is declining, but the political power of the big unions isn't: The juxtaposition of the United Auto Workers' negotiations with General Motors and the Change to Win alliance's summit underscored one of the more notable features of

09/30/2007
Who's For Limited Government Now?
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Who's For Limited Government Now?

The lead story in the Post this morning talks about how Congress has begun to focus more (and more publicly) on domestic economic policy. The idea, basically, is that the public has shifted away from its small-government leanings and Republicans are making waves about following.

09/30/2007
Price Gouging: Not just for campus food anymore
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Price Gouging: Not just for campus food anymore

Here is my second column published in my university's newspaper. Last week, my economics class discussed price gouging. Apparently, some gas station owners are being prosecuted for raising gasoline prices before and after Hurricane Katrina. As we all know, Katrina left thousands homeless and generally devastated the south. Thank God that the government came to the rescue- by investigating high gas prices. After the hurricane, few offenses were more reviled than gas price gouging.

09/30/2007
HillaryCare 1.0 Background
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HillaryCare 1.0 Background

Since Hillary Clinton and health care are back in the news, here's a short, Friday-afternoon primer on how her plan took shape and eventually went down in 1994:

09/28/2007
Regressing
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Regressing

David Brooks isn't exactly a Cato-style libertarian, and his promotion of a conservatism that's willing to use government to promote its agenda isn't exactly aligned with mine, but he's a good, smart writer, and a thoughtful, honest commentator.

09/27/2007
Business Socialism
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Business Socialism

That's what NRO's David Freddoso calls industry support for S-CHIP, as business owners stand to profit from dumping dependents on the state. This isn't a new thing -- my friend Tim Carney wrote an entire book about businesses that feed off of various government subsidies and programs -- but it's depressing all the same.

09/26/2007
Muni-Fi: Still Not Working
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Muni-Fi: Still Not Working

This isn't exactly news, but city-run wi-fi projects are expensive and worthless -- and businesses aren't getting much out of their investments in them.  Via TLF's Adam Thierer, WSJ's Ben Charny has the goods:

09/25/2007

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