It’s Time, Finally, For The Postal Service To Figure Out What Its Products Cost To Deliver (Townhall) A Townhall column by Brian McNicoll on problems facing the United States Postal Service quotes from Lexington Institute Paul Steidler’s January 2019 Op-Ed for InsideSources. Steidler says it is important to replace old “attributable cost” methodologies ...
Jones Act Vital To Keeping America Safe | Opinion (The Inquirer) An article on the Jones Act for The Inquirer references Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson’s October 2017 column for Forbes. As Thompson writes, “the bottom line is the Jones Act provides major national security benefits that critics seldom acknowled ...
American Postal Workers Union Postal News Roundup (APWU, AFL-CIO) The American Postal Workers Union featured a piece by Lexington Senior Fellow Paul Steidler, “Congress To Postmaster General: Provide A Turnaround Plan By July,” in their May 13 Postal News Roundup. “As a result of bipartisan demands at a House Committ ...
To The Editor: USPS, Step Up In Drug Fight (Toledo Blade) Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler wrote a Letter to the Editor in the Toledo Blade urging the U. S. Postal Service to work harder in keeping fentanyl out of the United States. “The Postal Service’s letter protesting your excellent editorial, ‘Choke o ...
The Pentagon Is Finally Getting a New Defense Secretary (Foreign Policy) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson comments on the nomination of Patrick Shanahan in an article for Foreign Policy. “It is hard to form a cohesive team when you aren’t certain who the leader is going to be. Once Shanahan is confirmed in the top job, ...
Boeing’s Troubles With 737 MAX Jets Could Disrupt Its Business Model (NPR) Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson discusses Boeing’s 737 and its business models with NPR’s “All Things Considered.” As Thompson explained, “Boeing's strategy for the last 20 years is to have one foot firmly planted in the commercial world and the o ...
FAA Drone Announcement In Springfield Big Deal For Region (Dayton Daily News) In an article for Dayton Daily News regarding the FAA’s granting of a “certificate of waiver or authorization” for drones at a municipal airport, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson is referenced. “This is the latest step in Dayton’s continued emergen ...
America Needs Money to Defend Against Hypersonic Threats (Newsmax) In his article for Newsmax, Henry F. Cooper references Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson’s Forbes column regarding a need for the Pentagon to spend more money on defending against hypersonic threats. Cooper agrees with Thompson’s premise, writing th ...
With The US Navy’s Top Shipbuilding Priority On Deck, Red Flags Fly (DefenseNews) In a DefenseNews article, Lexington Institute’s Dan Gouré comments on the Navy building Columbia-class nuclear submarines. He refers to the nature of the Virginia and Columbia programs as “integrated,” also noting “When you start messing with the other ...
Dennis Muilenburg, The Intern Who Became Boeing CEO (Standard Digital) In a comment for a Standard Digital article about Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, Lexington Institute’s Loren Thompson called Muilenburg “focused and hyper-competitive.” He also noted “an intensity to his personality that one seldom encounters elsewhere ...
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