Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

There’s Only One Meaningful Metric That Will Determine Obamacare’s Future

Since the end of the initial open enrollment period, there has been a marked rise in the frequency of a certain type of argument – an argument which I hear with regularity inside the Acela corridor

Primary Musings from Oklahoma, Colorado, and Mississippi

With a surprisingly wide margin of victory, Congressman James Lankford won the Oklahoma Republican U.S. Senate primary, defeating former Speaker of the State House of Representatives T.W.

President, Business Groups Defend Money-Losing Export-Import Bank

Rarely do some of the nation’s most powerful politicians and businesspeople laud banks that report big profits when in fact they have lost billions of dollars.

Government Data Show U.S. in Decade-Long Cooling

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s most accurate, up-to-date temperature data confirm the United States has been cooling for at least the past decade.

New York, Legacy Cities Dominate Transit Urban Core Gains

Much attention has been given the increase in transit use in America.

States Push Back Against Common Core in Their Schools

It’s vacation time for the nation’s school kids and, while they play, states are beginning to push back against the latest effort of the federal government to exert total control over the nati

The FCC Plan to Steamroll State Laws Against Government Broadband

The 2009 “Stimulus” bill contained $7.2 billion&nb

Replacing teacher tenure with incentives for achievement

Could one ruling by one Los Angeles Superior Court judge free public education from the stultifying grip of the teacher tenure system and lead to widespread use of incentives to reward excellent wo