By Grover G. Norquist and Kelly William Cobb
WASHINGTON — Voters sent a clear mandate to Washington on Election Day: cut government spending and end the culture of fiscal profligacy.
Yet, one big reason for higher spending has been inefficient and costly investments in public safety and national security. If lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are serious about providing this vital government service while passing real savings on to taxpayers, there is an important solution that both parties can embrace: auctioning spectrum.
Wireless auction a win for taxpayers?