Uber faces a problem: Dominating the market and thus driving up prices and profits is proving hard, thanks to a pesky thing called competition.
Tim CarneyUber faces a problem: Dominating the market and thus driving up prices is elusive, thanks to a pesky thing called competition.
One writer: Crush the competition with burdensome regulation and gain wokeness points in the process.
Tim CarneyA former staffer to Bloomberg and Schumer says Uber should crush Lyft by supporting regulations that require the apps to treat drivers as full-time employers. As an added benefit, they would get "woke" points, he writes.
Tim CarneyHe calls it "counter-intuitive" that the biggest player might support burdensome regulation. It's not. Limiting competition is often the motive force behind regulation.
An overwhelming majority of Native Americans are perfectly fine with the Washington Redskins’s name. When asked in a poll how the name Redskins makes them feel, the most common answer by American Indians was “proud.”
Tim CarneyThis is the shape of the culture war today: Elite media and corporate America are on one side, and it’s the same side the Left is on.
Tim CarneyMaybe Snyder should make a nod to the wealthy and most heavily educated northwest Washington, Montgomery County, and Fairfax County neighborhoods he’s catering to and call the team the Washington SuperZips.
Tim CarneySince he’s revealing that corporate America is his real fan base, maybe Snyder should just license out the team name like he licensed out the stadium name. Call them the “Federal Express.”
When you see a New York Times piece calling for localized bans on cars for the sake of the environment and “equity and justice” and waxing about the beauties of the coronavirus shutdown, it’s easy to roll your eyes at another progressive pipedream.
Tim CarneyMaybe you’re not a small-town, front-porch conservative, but instead, you’re a privacy-fence, build-the-highways type conservative. But I believe that if conservatives thought about what matters most to them, more would become more car-averse.
Tim CarneyA conservative case against cars
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Tim CarneyParking lots in the middle of shopping centers could become playgrounds in which kids could frolic while parents spoke with other adults while sipping their black coffee or American beer.
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Progressives are upset that the Constitution limits the control the federal government has over religious schools' employment — and that the Supreme Court is sticking with the Constitution.
Tim CarneyIn their arguments for more government control and more lawsuits against religious schools, these progressives are demonstrating a sadly narrow view of faith, religion, and spirituality.
Tim CarneyYes, the math teacher at a religious school is a religion teacher
Tim CarneyCatholic schools should be shining cities on a hill, with every teacher a role model—whether teaching times tables, C.S. Lewis, leading a rosary, or showing how to turn a double play—we hope will be imbuing our children with virtue and faith.
End "high-stakes" tests. Keep guns out of schools. Triple Title I aid. A report from a task force convened by Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders touches on these and other potential education priorities for Democrats in 2020.