Phil Kerpen

Phil Kerpen
Too Many of the Wrong Tests and None of the Right
By Phil Kerpen
After an early bureaucratic disaster - the feds banned private-sector tests and failed to deliver a test that worked - ...
August 07, 2020
AARP to Seniors: We're Not Accountable to You
By Phil Kerpen
Editor's Note: Jon Decker is the co-author of this piece. Last week, the AARP sent a letter to the Department of ...
July 22, 2020
COVID-19: The Nursing Home Disease
By Phil Kerpen
I recently testified before the House Select Coronavirus Subcommittee on the meltdown in nursing homes, which excluding New York (which ...
June 24, 2020
Enjoying Fast Internet During the Lockdown? Thank Trump's FCC
By Phil Kerpen
Not even a global pandemic can keep us from another battle in the long, bitter, and ever more disconnected from ...
April 23, 2020
MAGA Companies Power Trump Stock Boom
By Phil Kerpen
President Trump has presided over a booming economy and stock market, and trillion-dollar tech companies are leading the way."For 144 ...
February 17, 2020
Transparency For Big Tech The Least-Bad Option
By Phil Kerpen
A new Wall Street Journal expose finding that "Google has increasingly re-engineered and interfered with search results to a far ...
November 22, 2019
Trump Should End Tax Pelosi Also Once Wanted to Kill
By Phil Kerpen
Recent comments by President Trump have thrown some cold water on hopes that he will soon order the IRS to ...
September 04, 2019
Why Milton Friedman Rightly Opposed Drug Policy
By Phil Kerpen
"The issue is patents," Nobel-prize winning economist Milton Friedman explained when asked in 2004 why he opposed drug reimportation, the ...
August 19, 2019
The Fake Democratic Health Care Debate
By Phil Kerpen
Just a decade after Democrats steamrolled Republicans and public opposition to upend the American health care system, they are ready ...
July 01, 2019
WWI Era Law is Hurting Puerto Rico
By Phil Kerpen
Puerto Rico is rebuilding its electrical grid, which was severely damaged by Hurricane Maria. This process includes converting antiquated oil-burning ...
June 24, 2019
Let Electric Vehicle Subsidies Die on Schedule
By Phil Kerpen
With the $7,500 tax credit for electric car buyers already in the phase out period for the two biggest manufacturers ...
May 16, 2019
Sick of Cable TV Fees? The FCC Could Help
By Phil Kerpen
If you "cut the cord" and switch from cable TV to streaming services, you will probably notice a big difference ...
February 26, 2019
Trump's FCC Could Make WiFi Great Again
By Phil Kerpen
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao did the right thing when she put the brakes on the Obama administration's regulatory mandate that ...
February 12, 2019
Don't Import Foreign Price Controls - Break Them
By Phil Kerpen
Americans are justifiably angry that we pay the highest prescription drugs prices in the world - anger President Trump tapped ...
January 03, 2019
What Trump Should Do About Electric Vehicle Subsidies
By Phil Kerpen
President Trump recently tweeted that he wanted to end subsidies for General Motors "including for electric cars." In this case ...
December 03, 2018
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