Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

The Bigger the Government - The Worse the Economy

We’ve seen it in too many sectors of the economy to possibly mention – both domestically and internationally.  The greater the government involvement in an economic sector – the greater the en

Open Letter to Internet Association on Broadband Utility Regulation

Dear Executives of Internet Association Companies,

The Copyright Alert System at One

The Copyright Alert System (CAS) has been operating for nearly a year now, and an analysis of its first ten months in action has been released.

Consumer Groups Fight Back Against Junk Science Tactics

With increasing frequency, activist groups are trying to remove safe and useful products from the

Sorry, Jerry Brown, Global Warming Is Reducing Wildfires

California Gov. Jerry Brown blames global warming and Republicans for recent wildfires in California, but objective scientific data show a decline in wildfires as our planet modestly warms.

Transform The VA Into A Pro-Growth Model For First Rate Health Care

The VA (Veterans Administration) scandals show why so many people have been so highly motivated for so long to fight against Obamacare.

Pros and Cons of a Carbon Tax for the Energy Industry

Re: “Which mistake would be worse?,” May 19 letter to the editor.

The Corruption of Science

Eisenhower in his farewell addresswarned that a “scientific-technological elite” dependent on government money would exert undue influence