Do We Need The FCC?
By Mark Jamison
Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
WASHINGTON, DC — The Federal Communications Commission under Chairman Tom Wheeler has come under increasing fire for suppressing economic analysis and being politically driven. In effect, we have not had an FCC for the past three years — at least not in the way the agency was intended to operate.
That raises the question, “Do we really need the FCC?”
The answer is “No, but Yes.”