Much of the federal government’s communications core management and operations hasn’t changed since the General Services Administration created the Federal Telecommunications Service in 1960.
TweetWireless communications have improved the lives of millions of people across the United States and the world. However, the rapid expansion of wireless services has brought growing pains: The electronic[…]
The Left wants the Internet and cellular market much more heavily regulated – like they do in Europe. Again, the Barack Obama Administration is (in unilateral, Congress-free fashion) delivering.
TweetEvery private sector company spends every waking second (and many sleeping ones) trying to get new customers. It’s a relentless pursuit of improvement. Of their goods and services, customer service,[…]
TweetThe Big Government, Never-Enough-of-Your-Coin-Coalition – Internet Division – is at it yet again. The Barack Obama Administration has since it’s inception been very active in over-regulating the Web – for[…]
TweetMy new policy brief urges the Federal Communications Commission to get on with the business of allocating the necessary spectrum to meet the burgeoning demand for wireless services. The paper was[…]
TweetThe Barack Obama Administration is fabulously successful at choosing terribly in the private sector. Solyndra. Fisker. The Chevy Volt. Ener1. A123 Systems. Beacon Power. Abound Solar. Evergreen Solar. And on,[…]
TweetPresident Barack Obama has for five-plus years said and done two contradictory things regarding the United States’ economy. 1) He has repeatedly said that he wants the private sector to recover –[…]
TweetWireless tax rates have reached all-time highs. Almost half the states nationwide now impose a wireless tax above 10 percent (the national average is more than 16.3 percent). Legislative effort[…]
TweetThe Heartland Institute has technology experts on staff who weighed in on the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile. Bruce Edward Walker, managing editor of InfoTech & Telecom News and myself[…]