In the next few months, we can expect a flurry of Obama Administration retrospectives—what it was like to work in the Obama White House; who met with the president; what the administration achieved. But I’d bet one thousand dollars that one vital member of the team, one who has been there through it all, will be…
The Obama administration is trying to check as many policy boxes as it can on the way out of the door, and today it finally announced a flexible framework for companies and governments involved in developing self-driving cars.
As if they suddenly came to an epiphany, the United States Air Force brass is now admitting what many of us have been screaming about for so long: We didn’t build nearly enough F-22s, and the F-35 cannot simply pick up the slack. So why aren’t those who pushed so hard to cancel the F-22 program being held accountable?