Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Ethanol Mandates Go from Bad to Worse

President Obama, and his administration, has enacted so many foolish and cost-increasing energy policies, it is easy to think that they are his purview alone.

Choice as a Cure for Common Core

Suppose instead of making common cause with corporate titans and Washington technocrats to impose Common Core standards uniformly on education, philanthropist Bill Gates instead used his vast wealt

Tax Inversion Freedom vs. Fiscal Berlin Wall

The Obama Administration has proposed its latest form of collectivist control over the American people. In a letter to Congress U.S.

Harry Reid Remains Obstinately, Perversely Insistent on Taxing the Internet

As we asked last week – who says bipartisanship is dead?

Who’s Really Waging the ‘War on Science’?

Left-leaning environmentalists, media and academics have long railed against the alleged conservative “war on science.” They augment this vitriol with substantial money, books, documentaries and co

Energy and Earthquakes in Ohio

Ohio sits above the Utica and Marcellus shales, two geologic formations that have rich energy potential waiting to be unlocked by the process of hydraulic fracturing, commonly referred to as&n

2007–a great year for growing bad legislation like the ethanol mandate

President Obama, and his administration, has enacted so many foolish and cost-increasing energy policies, it is easy to think that they are his purview alone.

UN and its Auspices Bear Responsibility for Global Warming Hysteria

President Obama has made 2014 his “year of action" and plans to use his executive authority to implement various actions of his agenda that are too divisive for Congress to

Heartland Challenges, Dismantles UN's Climate Change Finding

Climate change hysteria has become the mantra of U.S. government since Al Gore's 2006 Oscar-winning documentary on global warming, An Inconvenient Truth.

Area Lobbyist: Why Do Republicans Want To Kill My Job?

John Feehery’s piece here on the dangers of rising Republican skepticism for big business is an amusing read, not just because I’m pretty sure nearly every sentence