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Ben Thompson Is Wrong About the Deregulation of ISPs — Pixel Envy
"Ben Thompson writes a reasonable-sounding yet largely wrong defence of the proposal to reclassify ISPs under Title I instead of Title II, beginning with a smart debunking of that Portuguese cellular pricing infographic you’ve probably seen: So to recount: one Portugal story is made up, and the other declared that a 10GB family plan with […]"
business  isp  politics  government  us 
december 2017 by gavin
Boom in American Liquified Natural Gas Is Shaking Up the Energy World - The New York Times
"The United States was supposed to be a L.N.G. importer, but plentiful shipments from Texas and Louisiana have changed the dynamic."
us  politics  energy 
october 2017 by gavin
Why American Workers Pay Twice as Much in Taxes as Wealthy Investors - Bloomberg
"What’s best for the country? What’s fair? And will either matter when Congress takes up tax reform this fall?"
politics  finance  us  investing 
september 2017 by gavin
The Obama-Trump Voters Are Real. Here’s What They Think. - The New York Times
"They supported Mr. Obama in 2012 and are the main reason Mr. Trump is president now. What can we learn from them?"
us  politics  government 
august 2017 by gavin
To My Fellow Plutocrats: You Can Cure Trumpism - POLITICO Magazine
"Don’t console yourself for a minute that in electing a fellow plutocrat, our side won. President Trump isn’t on any side but his own."
us  finance  politics  government  society 
july 2017 by gavin
Why Trump Actually Pulled Out Of Paris - POLITICO Magazine
"Leaving Paris won’t reverse the rapid decline of coal or the boom of cleaner energy in America, because the economics of coal have fallen apart while the cost of wind and solar have plummeted, and it won’t stop that same trend in China, India and the rest of the world."
us  climate  politics 
june 2017 by gavin
California Leads U.S. Economy, Away From Trump - Bloomberg
"Whatever the president says, this state does the opposite. It's working."
economics  california  politics  government  us 
may 2017 by gavin
Why so many people hate Obamacare - Jan. 5, 2017
"Nearly half of Americans say they hate Obamacare, whether it's because of political, philosophical or financial reasons."
us  politics  government 
may 2017 by gavin
America is Regressing into a Developing Nation for Most People
"A new book by economist Peter Temin finds that the U.S. is no longer one country, but dividing into two separate economic and political worlds"
politics  us  economics 
may 2017 by gavin
The Vanishing Middle Class: Prejudice and Power in a Dual Economy (MIT Press): Peter Temin: 9780262036160: Amazon.com: Books
"The United States is becoming a nation of rich and poor, with few families in the middle. In this book, MIT economist Peter Temin offers an illuminating way to look at the vanishing middle class. Temin argues that American history and politics, particularly slavery and its aftermath, play an important part in the widening gap between rich and poor. Temin employs a well-known, simple model of a dual economy to examine the dynamics of the rich/poor divide in America, and outlines ways to work toward greater equality so that America will no longer have one economy for the rich and one for the poor."
economics  politics  book  us 
may 2017 by gavin
WhiteHouse/2016-budget-data · GitHub
"The data behind the President's 2016 Budget"
data  government  us  github  budget 
february 2015 by gavin

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