The government should tread carefully as it ponders regulatory changes to the U.S. freight rail system.
Economy & Budget
Trade is a collaboration, not a competition.
The president’s $51 billion request has not shifted significantly to cover current crises.
It is absolutely critical that any new regulations preserve access to responsible credit for both service members and civilians.
There is a multitude of evidence proving the existence of more than $42 billion in subsidies that have been provided to the state-owned carriers of Qatar and the UAE over the past 10 years.
All that bag fee income is tax free to the airlines.
The macroeconomic environment makes the transition to anything very costly.
The Gulf competitors that the legacy carriers seek to block are responsible for bringing over 140,000 visitors to the U.S. last year.
We should be able to fund projects via the Pentagon’s base budget, not through ‘off the books’ funds.
A world coming unglued is far more dangerous to the country’s long-term prosperity than a marginal increase in debt.