Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Metropolitan Housing: More Space, Large Lots

Americans continue to favor large houses on large lots.

Poor Countries Want Modern Living, and They Want It Fast

More than seven billion people now populate Earth, including six billion who live in developing economies.

Time for Travel Caution in Dealing with Ebola Outbreak

Breaking news as this article was being written is that 

Common Core Proponents Blame Their Victims

It has become fashionable to blame the effects of nationalizing education on anything but the national curriculum mandates and the tests that accomplish it.

Desperate Wildlife Extinction Claims are Part of the Warming Hoax

One thing that those of us who have been longtime observers and debunkers of the lies surrounding global warming and/or climate change have noticed is that the “Warmists” have gotten increasingly d

Abusive Tax Policies Are to Blame for Corporations Going Overseas

American companies that reincorporate abroad are not doing so to avoid paying taxes on U.S.

No, A Carbon Tax Cannot Create Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

A tax on carbon dioxide emissions would destroy far more jobs – and wealth – than it would create, despite the well-intentioned hopes of Forbes.com contributor James Conca.

EPA Antics on Sea Level Rise--Gina McCarthy's Miami Trip

EPA Administrator McCarthy is going to be in Miami October 8 during or close to a King Tide and I suspect call the high tide of the year due to global warming.  The reason for the name of King

Promised Savings from ACOs Look Increasingly Unlikely to Occur

For several years, the Obama administration has been touting accountable care organizations (ACOs) as a big part of its proposed solution to rising health care costs, particularly in Medicare.

GAO Report Confirms: States Better Fracking Regulators than EPA

A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) confirms what many small-government environmentalists have been saying for years: States are more effective at regulating the dispo