The net neutrality rules, while they sound good on the surface and make good talking points for politicians, are a classic case of government regulation where none is needed.
The Morganza Spillway is supposed to keep the Mississippi River out of Baton Rouge. The US Army Corps of Engineers built it after the epic flood of 1927. It is part of the Mississippi River and Tributaries Project (MR&TP) that’s supposed to protect against another epic flood. But the MR&TP hasn’t been tested by an […]
A protected monopoly with regulators who don’t regulate for the benefits of customers.
Failure to achieve COD for the lignite processing assets would be a big win for the rate payers.
Is it finally time for the gasifier death spiral to accelerate?
“The Populist Explosion” is perfectly timed to catch and explain the Katrina-sized populist wave that is now crashing down on the political establishment in the U.S. and Europe.
PERS and the state’s budgetary issues are two main reasons for the downgrade.
The DOR is out of control with its rule-making and needs to be restrained by the Governor.
Commissioners, if Southern won’t make the hard decision, it’s up to you.
H.R. McMaster’s 1997 book, Dereliction of Duty, exposed our feckless losing strategy in the Viet Nam War disaster. We didn’t fight to win. McMaster says President Johnson and Secretary of Defense McNamara micromanaged the war to elect and keep Johnson in power. Their strategy of limited response and constraining rules of engagement put our military on […]