Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Hayek's Warning: The Social Engineer's Pretense of Knowledge

Forty years ago, on December 11, 1974, Austrian economist, Friedrich A. Hayek, formally received that year’s Nobel Prize in Economics at the official ceremonies in Stockholm, Sweden.

The Only Legitimate FCC Hybrid Net Neutrality Approach

Any legitimacy the FCC has comes from the authority of law written by a duly-elected Congress under the U.S. Constitution.

Politico Gets the Lede Way Wrong - and The Hill Buries It

As we’ve often discussed, the Tech World Media is just as hopelessly Leftist and

Tell Congress, “End Wind Energy Tax Giveaways Now”

There is a good chance that the Lame Duck Congress could vote as early as Wednesday, December 4, on extending huge taxpayer subsidies for Big Wind energy companies for another three, five or more y

Global Warming, the “Irreconcilable Differences” Issue

One has to wonder if global warming promoters are oblivious to the manner in which their talking point narratives are plagued with crippling contradictions.

Australia Embraces the Less Government-Free Trade Model – We Should Too

We recently referenced the very good news to come from an otherwise very bad 

Prostate Cancer and Energy Poverty

Smoking, obesity, exposure to toxic chemicals: Which of these factors do you think plays the biggest role in determining how deadly prostate cancer will be in a given situation?

Britain: E-Cigarettes Almost Exclusively Used by Smokers and Ex-Smokers

The British government has just released statistics on e-cigarette use (

The Government Assaults 'Big Dogs' - To Advantage the Biggest Dog of Them All

One of the largest myths going is that government helps the Little Guy. On it’s face this is patently absurd.  More government – taxes and/or regulations – raises the costs of e

Dear Northeast, How’s That Solar Working Out For Ya?

A couple of months ago, effective in November, National Grid, one of Massachusetts’ two dominant utilities,