Category: Inside Sources

  • Don’t Be Fooled by Those Who Want to Save You From Tech Monopolies

    Don’t Be Fooled by Those Who Want to Save You From Tech Monopolies

    In the heyday of the net-neutrality fight last decade, tech activists and companies warned of a doom scenario without it: Internet toll lanes, blocking of data and slower speeds. If Washington didn’t reclassify internet service providers as public utilities and give the Federal Communications Commission oversight, they argued, our entire online experience would change for…

  • Potentials for Bitcoin in State Government

    Potentials for Bitcoin in State Government

    Our country is dealing with some of the highest inflation in a generation while COVID jitters and government restrictions shake the economy. But state and local policymakers are not powerless to protect their residents. There is always Bitcoin. In a time of inflation, ballooning government debts, and broader financial uncertainty, a Bitcoin-first policy would be a welcome…

  • The Smart Way to Think About Crypto Regulation

    The Smart Way to Think About Crypto Regulation

    Within the usually boring procedure of shepherding another massive infrastructure bill through Congress last month, a fiery debate erupted over the future of cryptocurrencies and digital assets. The Senate bill contained broad language to ensure tax and regulatory compliance on all cryptocurrency transactions, regardless of origin, as a revenue generator. However, traditional financial transactions cannot compare to…

  • Dental Insurance Is the Next Industry That Badly Needs Reform

    Dental Insurance Is the Next Industry That Badly Needs Reform

    In the last decade, most debate and discussion on reforms related to healthcare have focused on Americans’ general health insurance plans and costs. And for good reason. And though our health system is convoluted and complicated, it gets even more complex when we examine what is happening with dental care. The intersection of hefty insurance…

  • Biden’s $100 Billion Push for Broadband Equity Is No Panacea

    Biden’s $100 Billion Push for Broadband Equity Is No Panacea

    In our pandemic age, high-speed internet has become a necessity. Whether paying utility bills, logging in for school, or sending job applications, the transition from paper and pen to browsers and email has been swift. It makes sense that President Joe Biden and the Democratic majority in Congress want major investments in internet development. “A…