Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Embrace, Don’t Fight the Future of the Labor Market

In 1811, British factory workers literally “fought the machine,” protesting against technology under the banner of mythical figurehead King Ludd.

What if Obama’s Climate Change Policies are Based on pHraud?

“Ocean acidification” (OA) is claimed to be a phenomenon that will destroy ocean life—all due to mankind’s use of fossil fuels.

High School Seniors’ Post Largest Ever Single-Year Decline in Smoking; E-Cigs May Have Played a Role

The Monitoring the Future survey shows that past 30-day cigarette use among 12th graders dropped from 16.3% in 2013, to 13.6% in 2014, the largest single-year decline in the survey's 39-year histor

Obama’s Keystone Confusion

In his appearance last week on The Colbert Report

7 Things Slick Politicians Will Say To Make You Think They Oppose Common Core

The heat on Common Core was high this spring, but I predict it will be even higher come state legislative sessions this January.

Hot 2014 Doesn’t Prove Manmade Global Warming Hysteria Right

The data may show Earth experienced its hottest year on record in 2014, but that would not be proof humans are causing global warming.

Millennials Hit Hard by Government Intrusion

For decades, the quality of life of the incoming generation of Americans has built on and improved on that of the previous generation.

How Obama and His Environmental Base Are Planning to Eradicate the Oil and Gas Industry

Why does the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory war against hydraulic fracturing look like the Natural Resources Defense Council’s 2007 agenda for eliminating domestic oil and natural gas

Stop the Outrageous Spending

At some point between Thanksgiving and December 1, the federal government made history, as the value of outstanding U.S.

Civil Asset Seizure Rules Pad Police Pocketbooks

Actor and director Mel Brooks once famously observed, “It’s good to be the king,” but it’s also very profitable to be the lawman.