Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Indiana's Innovative System Clings to Life

As governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels has achieved remarkable success in a policy area that challenges every governor across the country: the desperate need for Medicaid reform.

Save Housing, Kill Fannie and Freddie

Four years after its collapse, the housing market continues to crumble. The National Association of Realtors on Nov.

Citizens Insurance

As Florida's economy struggles to recover, there is one issue brewing below the surface that if left unattended may erase any recovery, or worse. I commend Gov.

Obama and the Crash of 2013

Most people do not know that already enacted in current law for 2013 are increases in the top tax rates of virtually every major federal tax.

Government Handouts Always Followed by Takeaways

President Barack Obama apparently does not understand basic economics or even simple math. Such as: There are two sides to every equation.

Surprise: Teachers Are Overpaid

A new study concluding public school teachers earn, on average, 152 percent of what comparable private employees do has enormous implication

Government Insurance Is a Bad Investment

It seems everyone is getting on the smaller-government bandwagon these days.

Firms Can Deter Litigation by Being Junkyard Dogs

Lost in the coverage of Herman Cain's alleged sexual harassment episodes is a lesson for tort reformers: It always costs more in the long run to settle frivolous cases.

One Way Virginia can Ensure Higher Premiums and More Bureaucracy

Is Bob McDonnell about to become Barack Obama's favorite governor?

Voucher System Would Democratize Tennessee Schools

School boards in Tennessee’s largest districts have begun a furious public relations campaign to thwart attempts at democratizing education by offering school vouchers to some of the state’s poores