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As the FCC explores avenues to meet its congressionally mandated goal of making more spectrum available for wireless broadband, it should keep in mind that a market-based approach has advantages in speed and efficiency over an incentive auction, and would also transfer proceeds directly from sellers to buyers.
The lessons MacGillis prompts readers to draw should be taken seriously by all those trying to steer Baltimore back on course, and by those seeking to blame the police for social malaise in black communities. Surely policing can better address community needs without violating the rights of individuals.
The ongoing Brexit shambles cannot be blamed on the European Union nor on the “deep state.” They are entirely predictable results of the fact that the 2016 campaign to leave the EU presented voters with a fantasy of a Brexit in which the UK enjoys all of the benefits of independence without any of the costs.
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Nationalization: The answer on 5G — or just evidence of US flailing in the face of the China challenge?
The contradictory statements coming from the administration on 5G and Huawei do not match the seriousness of the challenge the US and its allies face. The president’s advisers need to persuade him to mount an all-government initiative to analyze the tradeoffs and devise recommendations for a path forward.