Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

On Alex Trebek's Jeopardy, Global Warming Skeptics Test Better In Science Than Alarmists

Jeopardy champion: “I’ll take ‘Science’ for $800, Alex.” Alex Trebek: “The answer is, ‘Inferior scientific literacy.’”

Plenty of Nutting

Obama campaign operative Rex Nutting surprised a lot of people with an article on the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch website claiming that the "Obama Spending Binge Never Happened.

Seven Protest Hints For The Global Warming Alarmists of the World

How does a person distinguish between media-driven propaganda and what is happening in the real world?

What’s Next After Court’s Obamacare Ruling

At long last, two years after its passage, President Barack Obama’s nationalized government takeover of health insurance is headed to the Supreme Court’s chambers.

Common Core Thrills Theorists, But May Flunk Consumer Review

As public-school systems begin to follow marching orders to implement the national Common Core curricular standards for language arts and math over the next two years, teachers and parents are beginni

What Should You Believe? Government Stats or Your Own Eyes?

Price inflation is running at an annualized rate of 4.8 percent, according to official data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Arizona House Retreats from Internet Censorship

With so much nonsense emanating from the halls of Congress, the White House, and the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC, it’s all too easy to overlook some of the shenanigans afoot

EPA’s Coal Decision Creates Vulnerability

While the Environmental Protection Agency was busy drafting rules to destroy the American coal industry, it overlooked the fact that coal’s greater enemy was already on the hunt.

Government’s NFIP Harms Puget Sound

Puget Sound plays a vital role in Washington’s economy.