Under the Right Conditions We Can Collaborate

Global warming seems more real. Warming’s consequences are likely to be unhealthy and perhaps destructive to shorelines but there is yet no reliable agreement on the magnitude of warming, its precise causes, and the trajectory of temperatures. Against a background with so many uncertainties, Americans are being asked to unilaterally commit to big sacrifices. The […]

All in the Public Interest: Part 1 – Energy Regulation

We have heard about all those “good deeds” enacted in the “public’s interest.”  However, not only do some of these “good deeds” turn out to do more harm than good for consumers, but they often have a disproportionate and negative impact on low-income consumers.  Let’s look at a few examples. Carbon Taxes The idea behind […]