Published December 03, 2013
It makes sense to allow passengers to use their cell phones on planes, remembering basic courtesy. But use of cell phones should be limited to texting, emailing and other data communication, not for voice phone calls except in the case of emergencies.
Published November 11, 2013
In just a few short years, we have alienated Canada, turning what was once our best friend into a mere geographical acquaintance.
Published October 11, 2013
Since 2007, the DEA has had routine access to private information on all U.S. citizens, to give the agency a leg up in a decades-long “war on drugs”. So the war on drugs has wreaked havoc on our privacy as well as hurting respect for the rule of law.
Published July 30, 2013
The U.S. is a great country, but we cannot begin to address – let alone fix – our problems if our politicians refuse to talk to each other.
Published June 28, 2013
We can’t allow hyperbole and fear to blind us to the reality that in order to stay safe, we have to give government access to certain information.
Published April 02, 2013
Here are five common-sense policies that would spur economic growth if America's political leaders could just put aside their partisanship and compromise for the good of the country.
Published February 12, 2013
In his State of the Union address President Obama should challenge every American to help solve our problems. He can challenge all of us to step forward with ideas on how we can address our financial problems. He can declare that we will together solve this problem because we are all Americans and that is what we do.
Published January 30, 2013
What set Thomas Edison apart from other inventors who were also creating potentially revolutionary technologies at the same time was his ability to envision an alternative future. He crafted something of value for everyday people that changed their lives.
Published January 04, 2013
We don't need a new law covering Facebook to discourage bad actors on the social media site.
Published December 26, 2012
Politicians and economists are spending their final days of the year consumed in debates over the growing uncertainty of the fiscal cliff. As they ponder the future the JOBS Act is one proposal that should be left on the table.