Letters to decision-makers

Letters to decision-makers should be timely, objective, goal-directed, and concise. Did these four examples measure up? Read More...

A skeptical view of Bloom Energy IPO

Claims re the affordability of Bloom fuel cell power seem inconsistent with real world experience in Delaware.



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Tweaking the budget process won't accomplish much

Re the JSC’s review of the budget process, no one has zeroed in on the primary problem: The Senate filibuster rule is being used to slow down the process for partisan advantage. Read More...

Rethinking the healthcare system - Part two

The US healthcare system has deep-rooted problems, the two parties disagree as to solutions, and the situation is deteriorating. The president is pushing for action; will he get it? Read More...

The high cost of prescription drugs

The administration's plan to bring down drug prices seems relatively sensible, as far as it goes, but the promises being made of quick and dramatic results are unrealistic. Read More...

Don't overthink the fiscal problem, it's not that complicated

The fiscal problem needs to be attacked more aggressively than it has been in recent years. and we agree with Milton Friedman that there is no chance of success without doing a much better job of controlling government spending. Read More...
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