, The American Spectator
Deregulated Drinking: A Rare Pandemic Pick-Me-Up
C. Jarrett Dieterle

By this point, any semi-astute political observer has heard of Rahm Emanuel’s oft-repeated quip that one should never let a crisis go to waste. In fact, it’s become something of a theory of…

, Inside Sources
The Pandemic Isn’t Over
Eli Lehrer

As the summer of 2021 sees more Americans enjoying the beaches, swimming pools, summer camps, resorts, and movie theaters they missed last summer, it seems many believe the COVID-19 pandemic is…

, National Review
It’s Time to Allow Bourbon in Our Mailboxes
C. Jarrett Dieterle

Americans can be forgiven for being confused. In many places, you can now get a margarita delivered to your door from the local Mexican restaurant; the brewery down the street can drop off a growler;…

Broadband Infrastructure Spending
Jeffrey Westling

Dear Senators:
We write to you today over some concerning developments in the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations on broadband. We are guided by the principles of limited government and believe…

, R Street Institute
Tax plan amounts to hurricane tax on property insurers
Philip Rossetti

From R Street Institute:

According to policy think tank R-Street Institute, a preliminary analysis predicts a global minimum tax of 15% would increase Florida property insurance premiums by $639…

Event: Facilitating Interoperability: Bridging the Gaps in Supply Chain Security
Tatyana Bolton

From The Internet Governance Forum:



Tatyana Bolton, Policy Director, Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats, R Street…

Event: Efficient organization of electricity markets: Costs, reliability, and cross-subsidies
Beth Garza

From American Enterprise Institute:

The traditional model of a vertically integrated electric utility subject to formal rate regulation always has…

Play budget games, win expensive prizes
Nan Swift

President Joe Biden’s extra-late budget request for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 was an inauspicious start to the annual budget process. Since then, both chambers of Congress—and both parties—have…

Better patents mean more innovation
Wayne Brough

Patents have a long history that can be traced back to at least 1474 when the city-state of Venice used patents to attract skilled artisans to the flourishing city-state. But just as importantly,…

, Legislative Procedure
How the Senate Creates a Precedent
James Wallner

The Senate creates precedents whenever senators act officially under the Constitution to determine the rules of procedure that regulate their proceedings in specific situations. Article I, section 5,…

Secured By miniOrange