American Interest: Democracy for an Age of Distrust


(November 16, 2016) Americans now have an historic opportunity to reimagine government. The
key is to abandon the centralized operating philosophy which, in thousandpage
rulebooks, purports to tell everybody how to do everything. 

Practical Fixes for a Broken Washington


This article originally appeared on WSJ.com on September 18, 2016.

Like many Americans, I believe our government is broken. America’s infrastructure is decrepit, harming the environment as well as our competitiveness. 

The Crippling Hold of Old Law


This article originally appeared on WSJ.com on April 1, 2016.

Government is broken. So what do we do about it? Angry voters are placing their hopes in outsider presidential candidates who promise to “make America great again” or lead a “political revolution.”

But new blood in the White House, by itself, is unlikely to fix things.