Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

George H.W. Bush reminds us that America is great

Watching former Sen. Bob Dole be helped to his feet in order to render a salute to the casket of President George H.W. Bush was certainly one of the most powerful moments of the year. Not only for the honor of the gesture itself, but also because it is emblematic of our society as a […]

Divide the government and get things done

“As Maine goes …” The famous saying may have new meaning. Democrats will probably take the U.S. House of Representatives and hold the Maine House. Both here and in Washington, the Senate will be balanced on a knife’s edge. And the executive branch is definitely going to be led by a Republican in D.C., while […]

Lessons on regulation, subsidies and taxation

“If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. If it stops moving, subsidize it.” America seems to approach infrastructure with Ronald Reagan’s famous quote echoing in our minds. Because infrastructure can be complicated. For certain segments of the internet, hue and cry has been raised over some proposed Federal Communications Commission rulemaking. […]