"I am pessimistic about where this goes in the future," says the outgoing chairman, who is stepping down in January.
The Trump administration has expanded a bipartisan drive to commercialize more of NASA's space operations.
Two American astronauts splashed down to Earth after over 60 days aboard the International Space Station
Today's Crew Dragon launch marks the first time a private company has sent humans into orbit.
Good luck with that.
The president continues to move closer to Democratic proposals on infrastructure spending.
A new book throws red meat to "public land advocates," but its arguments leave a lot to be desired.
They have a profit-based incentive to keep the tourists coming.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is honoring veterans of Veterans Day while simultaneously screwing them over again and again.
Baltimore could become the first major city in the U.S. to make the sale or lease of its water system illegal.
New chief Robert Wilkie is in a position to tackle the agency's bureaucratic mismanagement. Will he?
The case for privatization is strong, but there are political hurdles.
As bad ass as it might sound, a dedicated Space Force would likely prove to be another big government boondoggle
The plan would see $200 billion in new federal spending, but it would also open up opportunities for private infrastructure investment.
Which would be cool. But it probably won't happen anyway. So everybody chill.
Private spaces are a great way to minimize social conflict.
The feds still own the land.
Private contractors have actually fought for America since America began, but they're not a panacea.
Erik Prince's plan may be better than the status quo, but that doesn't mean it's the best path.
The bill would drive up struggling counties' costs of providing such services.
The comprehensive report from the Office of the Inspector General is unlikely to have much follow up.
The Senate apparently wants to leave the current out-dated, needlessly expensive FAA system in place.
And believe it or not, his proposal isn't half bad.
Former Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith on the privatization revolution.
Bad privatization is worse than no privatization at all.
After the Justice Department announced it will stop contracting with private prisons, advocacy groups are already pressuring Homeland Security to follow suit.
The move will only affect 13 prisons, or about 12 percent of the federal prison population.
The historical importance of the National Science Foundation's decision to surrender control of the internet
What To Do About Flint? Evacuate The Residents And Turn it Into a Landfill for Liberal Good Intentions
Liberals simply won't quit blaming privatization for the government-made disaster
Republicans vow to hunt down the emergency financial manager.
A privately-run water system is more accountable to the people.
Victims can't sue government, that's the other crime
A model for how to voluntarily rewild North America.