Politics

The Grand Canyon is under siege

Ha ŧay g’am, Wi:Nyi Gacha, Ongtupqa, Tsékooh Hatsoh, Chimik'yana'kya deya'a. (“Grand Canyon” in Havasupai, Hualapai, Hopi, Navajo, and Zuni languages.)
 
You may not recognize these words, though you know the place they describe. The...

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Energy should be on fixing the FAA, not corporate welfare

Congress has a chance this year to pass meaningful and conservative reforms to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).  These reforms will bring an end to the FAA’s decades-long failed attempts to modernize our Nation’s air traffic...

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GRAMMYs on the Hill: We’re not gonna take it anymore

The campaign for #SupportMusic gathers momentum as more music professionals come to Washington to directly engage in talks for music law reform. The drumbeat behind this message is growing more insistent. Depressed royalty rates for music...

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A ‘design-thinking' approach to governing the future

With the U.S. Presidential Election around the corner, never before has digital exerted such a strong influence on each and every vote. Politicians are communicating with voters around the clock via social media, creating an immediacy and...

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The need for common ground

Finding commonalities with members of the opposing party in Congress will prove essential to the success of the next president.

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