Innovation

Conservatives Should Nix Support For Klobuchar’s Tech Bill (From RealClearPolicy) Senator Amy Klobuchar’s (D-MN) big tech-bashing American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA) has garnered significant Republican support, even though it does nothing to address the free speech issues that have so justifiably enraged conservatives. ...
Beware Of Labor Pandering That Endangers National Security During the Korean War, the United Steelworkers of America announced they planned to go on strike. Panic ripped through the Truman administration as it worried a strike would disrupt supplies of steel for weapons and munitions. The administration tried ...
U.S. Defense Companies Are World-Class Innovators. Why Doesn’t Washington Know That? (From Forbes) It has become an article of faith among defense experts in both parties that defense companies, even the biggest ones, are not innovative. If you want something creative, the thinking goes, you should turn to Silicon Valley. However, the evidence sugge ...
The New Arsenal Of Democracy: The U.S. Commercial High-Tech Industry’s Role In Countering The China Threat The character of the international order is changing. These changes encompass all elements of national power – economic, technological, social/cultural, political, and military. The United States and its democratic friends and allies are facing a host of challenges to every dimension of their security. They are facing both traditional challenges, such as the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and new ones, such as the competition in advanced technologies.
Political Games Empower Russian Cyberattacks (From InsideSources) The United States faces an alarming and growing threat of cyberattacks from Russia. Some in Congress would compound these dangers by enacting legislation that would force America’s leading tech companies to allow access to their software, hardware, and ...
A ‘Big’ Mistake: The US Government Declaring War On Big Tech (From 1945) For the first time in decades, this country faces a significant challenge from another country’s technological ambitions. Should this country, China, win the technological competition with the United States it would have untold ramifications ...
Cleaner U.S. Oil & Gas Sector Catalyzes A Cleaner Industry Worldwide (From RealClearEnergy) The staggering pollution from Russia’s pre-war, largely unregulated oil and natural gas industry is getting much worse. To offset this and drive significant environmental improvements in oil and natural gas production worldwide, it is essential to have ...
Time For Conservatives To Hit Restart On Tech Legislation (From InsideSources) The rush by some conservative Republicans to join Democrats in attacking Big Tech merits a rethink. Recent events show that we must assess the future of Big Tech in the context of what America’s adversaries are doing and the role tech companies have in ...
The Goodhart Rule (From The International Economy) In March 2021, Bloomberg BusinessWeek published an essay on economist Charles Goodhart’s 1975 law that “any observed statistical regularity will tend to collapse once pressure is placed upon it for control purposes.” The examples cited in the Bloomberg ...
The Undeclared U.S.-China Technology War (From 1945) For some years now, an undeclared war has been going on between the United States and the People’s Republic of China. Unlike the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine, this war is not about territory. Rather, it is about acquiring advantages in a ...
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