Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

How to Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen: A Skeptic’s View

An essay in the current issue of The Atlantic purports to instruct readers on

The Sinestro Theory of The Administrative State

Over the past decade, we’ve witnessed a decline in the level of trust in government, and a rise in distrust, to levels unprecedented in American history.

Debunking Consumerist Bogus Claim Mobile Data Does Not Compete with Cable

Pro-regulation interests often resort to highly misleading arguments to advance their cause.

Federal Reserve Policies Cause Booms and Busts

Since the economic crisis of 2008-2009, the Federal Reserve – America’s central bank – has expanded the money supply in the banking system by over $4 trillion, and has manipulated key interest rate

The 20th Was the Failed Welfare State Century – The 21st Must Be About Less Government

The Twentieth was the Century of the Welfare State.  Governments the world over built and then continuously grew their domestic aid money delivery apparatuses.  Tens of trillions of dolla

Greens are the Enemies of Energy

Here in America and elsewhere around the world, Greens continue to war against any energy other than the “renewable” kind, wind and solar, that is more costly and next to useless.

Using Tax Code to Influence Behavior Is the Wrong Path

REGARDLESS OF one’s view on carbon dioxide emissions, using the tax code to influence the behavior of individuals or businesses, rather than as a

Boomers: Moving Further Out and Away

There have been frequent press reports that baby boomers, those born between 1945 and 1964, are abandoning the suburbs and moving "back" to the urban cores (

The Libertarian Moment Can’t Just Be A Moment

Robert Draper’s piece on The Libertarian Moment in the New York Times&nb