Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Lessons from the Great French Inflation

Governments have an insatiable appetite for the wealth of their subjects.

Healthcare Fixed, on to Climate Change

Now that 8 million or more have signed up on health insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the President is deploying his phone and his pen to solve another urgent problem:

China's Ascent in World Transport

After years of closing the gap with the United States, China  built enough freeways in 2013 to amass the greatest length of freeways in the  world.

Mainstream Media Doesn't Know Big Green has Deeper Pockets Than Big Oil

The "Kill Keystone XL" crowd isn't little environmental David up against a Big Oil Goliath.

Time to get Real About Climate Change

We hear it over and over, “Climate change is real. Only industry-funded ‘deniers’ disagree.” This is ridiculous.

Obamacare Will Kill Far More Than the VA Scandal

The news that some forty veterans died whlle waiting to receive care from a Phoenix Veterans Affairs hospital—care that was denied because of bureaucratic chicanery—will seem small in comparison to

The Top Ten Reasons Broadband Internet Is Not a Public Utility

Net neutrality activists succeeded last week in getting the FCC to officially consider ruling that private broadband companies should be price and profit regulated like public utilities in order to

The Media’s One-Side-Fits-All Approach to Net Neutrality

What at times is worse than the Jurassic Press not covering something?  The Jurassic Press covering something.

Renewable Energy Subsidies Cost Taxpayers — How Does Your State Fare?

EUCI, an industry leader in conferences, seminars, and short courses for the energy industry is hosting a two-day course on “

Thorner: Kibbe's key to Liberty - 'Don't Hurt People and Don't Take Their Stuff'

FreedomWorks' CEO Matt Kibbe's new book Don't Hurt People and Don't Take Their Stuff was the topic