Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

A Century of Milton Friedman

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, who played an indispensable role in making the case for market freedom and individual liberty in the

Milton Friedman, Father of School Choice

Louisiana's  10,000 kids clamoring for vouchers may never know it, but they owe their school  choice opp

More Fed Stimulus Means More Failure

“Fed Weighs More Stimulus” read the banner headline at the top of page one of The Wall Street Journal (July 12), raising the question: How can Ben Bernanke and other central bankers who pr

Silver Lining in Teacher Shortage

Most states use teachers and school staff inefficiently. Since 1970, nationwide student enrollments have risen 8.5 percent, but teaching staff has increased more than 90 percent.

Obamacare Decision Foreshadows More State Education Cuts

It will take several years to begin understanding how the Supreme Court’s decision unleashing the 2010 health care dragon will burn through state budgets and make health care more unreachable and u

Obama’s logic: a system that ‘allows’ us to thrive can disallow success

Now we know what President Barack Obama really believes.

How President Obama Is Deceiving You On Tax Policy

The central theme of President Obama’s tax policy has been that “the rich” (whatever that is supposed to mean) do not pay their fair share of federal taxes, and the middle class pays more as a resu

Obama Quietly Implements Common Core

New standards for math and English called Common Core are poised to hit public schools across the nation.

Skeptic Magazine Needs to be More Skeptical of Man-Made Global Warming

A quarterly magazine called Skeptic published 

Be skeptical of Skeptic’s skepticism of skeptics

Be skeptical, be very skeptical, of Skeptic magazine’s skepticism of climate skeptics.