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- Fire Protection Privatization: A Cost Effective Approach to Public Safety
Questions and Answers About the Private Sector Fire Service
John R. Guardiano
October 1, 1992
- Funding the National Park System
Improving Services and Accountability with User Fees
April 1, 2005
- Federal Power
The Case for Privatizing Electricity
March 1, 1996
- Fostering Commercial Transit
Alternatives in Greater Los Angeles
September 1, 1992
- Fueling America
How Hydrogen Cars Affect the Environment
William J. Korchinski
November 1, 2004
- Fixing the Regulation of Wall Street
A review of the Obama administration's proposal for reforming financial services regulation and recommendations to end the era of too big to fail
Policy Study 377
September 14, 2009
- Florida Toll Agencies Should Not Be Consolidated
OOCEA and THEA need to become fully independent, self-supporting local toll authorities, like MDX
Daryl Fleming and Robert Poole
January 30, 2012
- Federal Privatization Update
Annual Privatization Report examines privatization and public-private partnership trends at the federal level
Adam Summers, Anthony Randazzo, Steven Titch and Victor Nava
April 15, 2013
- The Magical Effects of Pre-K (4/8)
- Comment Period Re-Opened on Proposal to List Rufa Red Knot as Threatened (4/4)
- The Prairie Chicken Ruling Doesn't Make Sense (4/4)
- Sasha Volokh on Pension Protection and the Detroit Bankruptcy (4/2)
- Privatization & Government Reform Newsletter #5 (Mar 2014 edition) (4/1)
Glenn Miller's long trail of bigotry and violence is not an argument for censoring speech—or for spying on people who have done nothing more than say ugly things.
Philip K. Howard, "The Rule of Nobody," and how technocracy is strangling the future.
The stark fact is that Ukraine is not a place over which the U.S. and NATO should be ready to go to war, and nothing short of going to war will change its fate.
Intelligence analyst William Binney's revelations preceded Edward Snowden's by more than decade. Why didn't anyone listen?