Philip K. Howard, Washington Post, October 2, 2015
Philip discusses the fallacy of looking for a strong man.
Philip K. Howard, Huffington Post, September 21, 2015
Philip explains how environmental review actually harms the environment.
Mark Funkhouser, Governing, September 1, 2015
Governing publisher and Kansas City (MO) mayor Mark Funkhouser reviews The Rule of Nobody.
Tevi Troy, Observer, August 21, 2015
Observer article cites Philip’s The Rule of Nobody as a recent read by Gov. Jeb Bush.
Christopher Helman and Daniel Fisher, Forbes, July 30, 2015
Philip describes how letting anyone exercise a legal veto on a project “is ‘bureaucratic mental illness.’”
Chris Churchill, Albany Times Union, July 8, 2015
Chris Churchill cites Philip in op-ed on how legal fear affects everyday life.
Gene Steuerle, The Government We Deserve, June 3, 2015
The Urban Institute’s Gene Steuerle cites The Rule of Nobody in an essay on why government officials should be allowed to exercise their authority.
Philip K. Howard, New York Daily News, May 25, 2015
Politicians urging massive investments to rebuild America’s infrastructure ignore the other hurdle to modernizing it: a red-tape jungle that ensnarls projects for upwards of a decade.
Philip K. Howard, Washington Post, May 15, 2015
What is needed for infrastructure approvals is basic: Congress must create clear lines of authority to make decisions.
Timothy B. Clark, Government Executive , May 13, 2015
Tim Clark reports on Common Good’s May 12 Infrastructure Week forum, quoting Philip Howard.
Robyn Boerstling, Shopfloor (National Association of Manufacturers), May 13, 2015
Robyn Boerstling writes about The Rule of Nobody and how its themes apply to America’s infrastructure problem.
Jeff Yoders, MetalMiner, April 16, 2015
Philip Howard is interviewed on the Portman-McCaskill Federal Permitting Improvement Act of 2015.