Alas, attempts to reform the notoriously bureaucratic Universal Service Fund, the main source of subsidies to make landlines affordable, have gone nowhere.
Of course. Expecting bureaucratic agencies to adapt and be flexible is unrealistic. Their power is in not being flexible. They are anti-emergent.
There are hard choices for Mr Obama’s people to make—but sticking with old rules devised for copper wires is not one of them.
Maybe for once the Federal Government can mind it's own business. Yeah, that's unrealistic too. I think we also need regulations and federal oversight to make sure we tie our shoes properly because someone could get hurt, especially the children.
Perpetual debt is slavery.