Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

America's Education Battlefield

The 2010 introduction of Common Core, a set of requirements for what elementary and secondary school children should know in math and English language arts, has turned schools in one state after an

‘If You Like Your Internet, You Can Keep Your Internet’ and Other Government Lies

Conservatives and Libertarians inherently have little faith or trust in government. We know the institution is inherently flawed – and self-serving.

All States, and the Feds, Should Emulate Minnesota’s Civil Forfeiture Reform

Imagine police seize your money, your car, even your house. Imagine this happens without you being convicted of a crime or even charged with one.

Municipalities GON Wild!

Recently two towns, Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the City of Wilson, North Carolina, have petitioned the federal government, via the FCC, complaining that state laws are constraining them from the m

Celebrating The Work Of Nobel Prize Winning Economist, F.A. Hayek – A Man Who Has Made the 21st Century a Freer and More Prosperous Time

Forty years ago, on October 9, 1974, the Nobel Prize committee announced that the co-recipient of that year’s award for economics was the Austrian economist, Friedrich A. Hayek.

Pence 2.0: New, But Not Exactly Improved

Many commentators on the right have Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on their 2016 presidential nominee shortlist. After all, they say, Pence has earned it.

Are We Destined To Surf The UN-Net?

Earlier this year, the Obama administration asked ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to create a means of overseeing the Internet after U.S.

A Victory for Our Energy Independence: Cove Point Gas Plant Is Approved

Victories are hard won and often seem few and far between on the free market energy and environment front.

Hong Kong v China – Less Government Is So Obviously Better

Perhaps lost in the incessant, rolling bad news shuffle that is the Barack Obama Administration are the