Author: Horace Cooper

GAO to the Rescue?

GAO to the Rescue?

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Late last month the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a Postal Service Reform Primer purportedly to explain to policymakers how the Postal Service works and why it needs reform. Strangely though the GAO report doesn’t provide great guidance. Known as ...
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Biden's 'Build Back Better' Still on the Road to Nowhere

Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Still on the Road to Nowhere

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With sagging job approval numbers due to troubling signs of inflation, our nation’s border in crisis, mishandling Covid19, limp job growth, and a disastrous Afghanistan evacuation the Biden administration appears to be pinning hopes for a turn-around in public support ...
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Infrastructure Bill Proves DC Shouldn't Be in the Driver's Seat

Infrastructure Bill Proves DC Shouldn’t Be in the Driver’s Seat

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Summertime is normally when Hollywood releases its blockbuster disaster movies: "Twister," "Deep Impact," "Armageddon," and "The Perfect Storm," to name just a few. With no cinematic depictions of disaster on offer, Washington has had to step in. Introducing . . .  ...
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To Succeed, the U.S. Postal Service Should Emulate Ben Franklin

To Succeed, the U.S. Postal Service Should Emulate Ben Franklin

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With all of the political division in Congress, it’s a pleasant surprise that one of the few areas of bipartisan support comes in the form of a plan to revamp the United States Postal Service (USPS) to make it more ...
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The 'Endless Frontier Act' Slush Fund Is a Bad Idea

The ‘Endless Frontier Act’ Slush Fund Is a Bad Idea

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Do we have to become China to beat China? Apparently, some Republicans think so. Dozens in the House and Senate recently joined with Democrats to push a plan to use the byzantine protocols of government bureaucracies as a way to ...
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Critical Race Theory Is Jim Crow Repackaged

Critical Race Theory Is Jim Crow Repackaged

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As households across America gear up for a return to normal, they are finding out that leftist radicals continue their efforts to transform America. Today, their activity du jour is using American classrooms to promote a divisive narrative — Critical ...
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Who Watches the Media Watchdogs?

Who Watches the Media Watchdogs?

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Journalism and the Constitution are greatly intertwined. Our Bill of Rights explicitly protects the right of the ‘press’ to operate and our founders believed that a vigorous media was essential for government accountability. But who watches the watchdogs? Last fall ...
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Mortgage Company's Demands Will Do More Harm Than Good

Mortgage Company’s Demands Will Do More Harm Than Good

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While the world was focused on Hasbro’s decision to degenderize Mr. Potato, little attention was given to the actions of United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM) CEO Mat Ishbia. Last month he announced that UWM  the largest wholesale mortgage lender in the ...
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China Threat Now Encompasses 'Man's Best Friend'

China Threat Now Encompasses ‘Man’s Best Friend’

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One key distinction between the Trump administration and Mr. Biden’s is the attitude toward China. Trump recognized just how much Beijing took advantage of America while Biden acts as if China’s just misunderstood. China’s theft of U.S. intellectual property, mistreatment ...
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Biden's 'Rescue' Will Stifle Economy, End Personal Responsibility

Biden’s ‘Rescue’ Will Stifle Economy, End Personal Responsibility

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Joe Biden’s plan for a $1.9 trillion coronavirus package throws the Hippocratic Oath, to "first do no harm,'' to the curb. Billed as the American Rescue Plan, his proposal will cripple economic growth, undermine personal responsibility and create an immigration ...
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