Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Food Fight: Can Food Companies Help Battle Obesity?

This week may be a turning point in the food fight that has been taking place in this country for over a decade.

With Global Conflict at the Door, World Leaders Pursue Futile Climate Efforts

On September 23, representatives from 190 nations will gather at the Climate Summit 2

Ryan Leads On Welfare Reform And Fighting Poverty

No one in Washington is taking the lead in addressing poverty and welfare reform like House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.

SHOCKER! Climate Alarmist Musical Finally Runs Out of Taxpayer Money, Quickly Closes

The asinine ambitions of our know-it-all federal bureaucrats know no bounds. Really. No. Bounds.

Bobby Jindal Pwns Other Governors On Common Core

In August, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sued the federal government over Common Core.

A Model for Innovation Protection: Section 1201

Today the House Judiciary Committee is undertaking the next in its series of hearings discussing the Copyright Act.

Why Do Progressives Have An Archie Bunker View Of Globalization?

One of the underappreciated aspects of the current debate over corporate tax inversions is how it represents not just an opportunity for some progressive populis

‘Most Transparent Ever?’ Behold the FCC’s Secret, Crony Socialist Meetings

It is yet another Barack Obama Administration pledge now relegated to the ash heap of Mendacious History.

Decompetition Decompetition Decompetition

The FCC’s new professed mantra is “competition competition competition.” However, the FCC appears to be pursuing a de facto policy of decompetition rather than competition.