Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Jeb Bush's Common Core Hedging Undermines Reform Efforts

Jeb Bush, the former Florida governor and prospective GOP presidential contender, was wrong to support Common Core. Now, on the campaign trail, he appears to be backtracking a bit.

Thirty Years Promoting Freedom

Very few organizations survive 30 years, and very few people work for the same organization for that long.

Endlessly Slapped by ObamaCare

“I’m sorry sir,” the polite Healthcare.gov customer-service agent said. “There’s nothing I can do.

NASA Keeps Telling ‘Warmest’ Lies

On January 16 The New York Times reported the lies NASA keeps telling about global warming with an article titled 

How Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Vision Underpins the Compact for a Balanced Budget

Perhaps the most important aspect of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision was his core belief that every American should be represented equally in our system of governance, regardless of

R.I. Unemployment Worse Than it Seems

The old adage “numbers never lie” is true. Numbers can’t lie, but the people who use them can and very often do. Such is the case with the unemployment rate in Rhode Island.

NOAA and NASA Lied on Temperature Records

During the 2012 presidential election, Rasmussen Report’s poll conducted between November 1st and 3rd showed 49% of likely voters supported Barack Obama and an equal number supported Mitt Romney.

Merchants of Smear: Obama, Gore Other Climate Alarmists Refuse to Debate

Manmade climate disaster proponents know the Saul Alinksy community agitator playbook by heart. In a fight, almost anything goes.

Pope Francis Says Freedom Of Speech Has ‘Limits,’ Gets It Wrong Again

Just two weeks after reports surfaced that Pope Francis plans to

Minimum Wage Mythology Will Hurt Workers

More than 3.1 million workers across the nation received a late Christmas gift on Jan. 1, when minimum wages were increased in 21 states.