Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Texas Schoolbooks Should Be Free of Warming Absolutism

  Controversy continues over the adoption of new schoolbooks in Texas, as environmental lobbyists fight to have sound science concerning global warming removed from the curriculum.

How Online Education Can Save Conservatism

Education, business, and government leaders are gathering this week in Washington, DC to discuss the future of American education at the Thought

Congress Could Turn Tables on Obamacare Proponents

Opponents of Obamacare recieved two pieces of good news in early November.

Cold Breaks Records, Again!

During 2014, the United States has experienced an unusual amount of record breaking cold weather and weather-related phenomena.

Measuring Current Metropolitan Area Growth From 1900

Growth in the current land areas of the 52 major metropolitan areas (over 1 million) provides an effective overview of changes in how the population has been redistributed United States since 1900.

Top Ten Adjectives to Describe FCC Title II Net Neutrality Regulation

The top ten most descriptive adjectives for the President’s claim that Title II utility regulation authority is needed to implement net neutrality are:

The Times Scores a Double

Always good for a laugh, The New York Times op-ed page on Monday, November 10, 2014, hit the Daily Double.

From the Battlefield to the Oilfield, it’s All About Jobs for Veterans

One-and-a-half million to 2 million men and women served in America’s defense during the Global War on Terror. According to the U.S.

GOP Can no Longer Blame Harry Reid for Obamacare

The time for Republican self congratulation is over, and the work needs to begin. It appears that the majority of the voting population recognizes that our country is in dire condition.