Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Obama's Slow Growth Policies Have Stacked The Deck Against American Workers

President Obama told us in his December 4 economic coming out speech on inequality, which the Huffington Post called the most important speech of his presidency:

Will Insurers Ever Say Enough’s Enough To Obamacare?

I’ve been working professionally in health policy since 1979 when I was hired to write the consumer contracts and other communications in plain English for the Blue Cross Blue Shield plan in M

The World in Crisis

We close 2013 in a world that seems to be swiftly tilting toward ever-larger crises of government legitimacy, oncoming clashes of foreign powers, and an abiding sense of concern on the part of

Obama vs. the Constitution

“If you like your health plan, you can keep it,” is the 

Sound Science And The U.S. Economy Victimized By The EPA's CIA Fake, John Beale

While the American public is justifiably outraged about a high-ranking EPA official collecting large paychecks while messing around, skipping work and falsely claiming to be doing CIA work, it is t

EPA Falsifies Data, Bypasses Its Own Scientists Who Loudly Cry Foul

You may recall that when Barack Obama was running for president in 2008, he 

Barack Obama and the Meaning of Socialism

Barack Obama is finishing his fifth year as president, and continues to try to move America further in the direction of increased government paternalism with the implementation of ObamaCare, a push

Even Obama Can’t Believe Obama

In response to a question from a reporter (in his year-end press conference) regarding tax reform, President Obama — after saying that the debt ceiling is "not a negotiating tool" — said that he's

The Supreme Court is Undermining Science and Society

The Supreme Court has taken up another case based on the Environmental Protection Agency’s campaign of lies that 

Is Common Core 'Rigorous,' Or More Nearly The Opposite?

So often do avid boosters such as U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and former Florida Gov.