Before the recent uproar about publishing embarrassing emails from the Clinton campaign during the election season, WikiLeaks gained notoriety for publishing classified government and military documents. Continue reading “No More Complaining About WikiLeaks”
Events of the last week should give American foreign policy watchers pause. As we wind down 2016 and the end of President Obama’s term, we would expect that short of some crisis there would be no major policy statements or new initiatives. And, similarly, we would expect that the incoming President would be quiet and deferential until he took office just after the turn of the New Year.
But both expectations have turned out to be wrong this year. Continue reading “Two Children Doing Foreign Policy?”
There are hundreds of federal regulations that are implemented every year. They run the gamut from regulations on food safety, environmental protection and drug safety to the more ridiculous. So why do we hear so much about how government regulation hurts the economy?