Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Can the U.S. fill the Gap of Potential Oil Losses From Iraq?

While we weren’t paying attention, post-war Iraq grew into a major force in the global oil market.

Florida Families Flock to Freedom

During the legislative battle this spring over expanding Florida’s K–12 private scholarships, pundits and establishment types kept pretending school choice is not good for families.

Yes, Eric Cantor, There is a Virginia

It seems fitting that after such a momentous political evening, the Washington, D.C.

Ohio Freezes Renewable Power Mandates

The Ohio legislature voted to freeze the state’s escalating renewable power mandates at 2014 levels.

The Long Term: Metro America Goes From 82% to 86% Suburban Since 1990

The major metropolitan areas of the United States experienced virtually all of their overall growth in suburban and exurban areas between 2000 and 2010.

Does the Hockey Stick Belong in the Penalty Box?

My wife is a big Rangers fan and I have been watching some of the Stanley Cup playoffs. I am a bigger fan of hockey in person.

Google Skybox Spy-Satellites: Big Brother Inc. Always Watching

Who does Google think they are fooling?

Media Twists Specialized Meaning of Science Words

The specialized meaning of science words can lead to public confusion when the media apply scientific terms out of context.

Environmental Groups Have Lost the War Against Fracking

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a technique to remove natural gas and oil from shale formations, has been under withering assault from environmental groups for much of the last decade.

Should the Government Define the American Dream?

I have not written anything of significance about the YG Network’s Room to Gro