By Neil McCabe | 12/13/13 05:24 AM
Part five of a five-part series
It has been 35 years since President Carter signed the 1978 Airline Deregulation Act, but the measure’s promise of lower cost, more convenient commercial air travel and a wider range of choices for consumers have in many respects gone unmet.
By Luke Rosiak | 12/10/13 08:54 AM
They operate in obscurity, largely without oversight by inspectors-general, the news media or the president, toiling ostensibly for the good of taxpayers who rarely see the impact of their work, and likely don’t even know they exist.
They are the little federal agencies hidden away in the...
By Neil McCabe | 12/12/13 08:43 AM
Part four of a five-part series
Conventional wisdom holds that President Jimmy Carter withdrew the federal government from the airline industry in 1978 through a landmark process that came to be known as “deregulation.”
Carter, so goes the tale, heeded the advice of his appointee Alfred...
By Richard Pollock | 12/12/13 05:18 AM
An estimated 3.5 million poor and ill homebound senior citizens will wake up on New Year's Day to discover Obamacare has slashed funding for their home health care program.
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