Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Storms of My Father

James Hansen has a fantasy book out called “Storms of my Grandchildren.” I say fantasy because it seems that if you are climate scientist, or pretend to be (Dr.

Net Neutrality Rhetoric: 'Believe it or not!'

With due credit to "Ripley's Believe it or Not!®," so much odd and bizarre i

Why Michael Sam’s Draft Position Makes Sense

Cato’s David Boaz writes on what he views as the biased way the NFL Draft treated Michael Sam and the “cost of disc

Misdirection Increasing in Size, Intensity & Coverage

Once upon a time, oh, say 20 years ago, the talk was that the Pacific would be in a constant state of El Nino.

Media Marxists Persuading the Government to Execute its Hugest Internet Power Grab Yet

Allow me to (re)introduce you to the hardcore Leftists rabble rousing for a full-on government takeover of the World Wide Web.

Library Needs to Model Technology Restraint

A few months ago, during our weekly visit to Fort Wayne’s well-curated downtown library, my two toddlers repeatedly tuned out books to stare, open-mouthed, at video screens.

Lessons from the Great Austrian Inflation

This year marks one hundred years since the beginning of the First World War in the summer of 1914. The Great War, as it used to be called, brought great devastation in its wake.

Urban Core Jurisdictions: Similar in Label Only

The fortunes of U.S. core cities (municipalities) have varied greatly in the period of automobile domination that accelerated strongly at the end of World War II.

Manmade Climate Disruption – the Hype and Reality

The White House has released its latest National Climate Assessment.

The Legally Problematic Nature of a Title II Reclassification of Internet Services

I confess that I am more than a bit mystified at the way FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and his Democrat colleagues, seemingly, are moving ever closer in the direction of embracing a Title II recla