The President’s Right to Say You’re Fired


The President’s Right to Say You’re Fired

Civil Service Too Often Protects the Worst Instead of Rewarding the Best

The President’s Right to Say You’re Fired

By Phililp K.

 

Build Big Without Wasting Billions


Build Big Without Wasting Billions

An obsolete law from the 1800s costs taxpayers billions every year.

Build Big Without Wasting Billions

An obsolete law from the 1800s costs taxpayers billions every year.

 

Starting Over with Regulation


Starting Over with Regulation

Why are government rules so complex? A guide to a radically simpler system

Starting Over with Regulation

Why are government rules so complex?

 

Does America Need a New Operating Philosophy?


Does America Need a New Operating Philosophy?

Last week I met with one of my heroes, John Whitehead — veteran of D-Day, former Deputy Secretary of State, former co-head of Goldman…

Does America Need a New Operating Philosophy?

 

Drowning in Law: A flood of statutes, rules and regulations is killing the American spirit


Drowning in Law: A flood of statutes, rules and regulations is killing the American spirit

Government is broken and the economy is gasping. The reason is the same: Americans no longer feel free to roll up their sleeves and make…

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Drowning in Law: A flood of statutes, rules and regulations is killing the American spirit

Government is broken and the economy is gasping.

 

Howard’s Daily: The Perils of Political Science


Howard’s Daily: The Perils of Political Science

I always wondered what political scientists did. If you too are curious, read some of the 30 or so essays that the Washington Post has…

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Howard’s Daily: The Perils of Political Science

I always wondered what political scientists did.

 

Remembering Howard Baker


Remembering Howard Baker

Howard Baker had a genius for getting to the nub of things. His question at the Watergate hearings, “What did the President know, and when…

Remembering Howard Baker

Howard Baker had a genius for getting to the nub of things.