Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Net Metering Gives Big Advantage to the Wealthy

Champagne wishes and caviar dreams are coming true thanks to a government policy called net metering, which allows wealthy environmentalists who have installed solar panels on their roofs to profit

Fear the Day Government’s Great Fiction Lies Exposed

“Government is the great fiction through which everyone endeavors to live at the expense of everyone else,” wrote the celebrated French legislator, economist, and political theorist Frederic Bastia

Missouri Parents Fight for School Transfer Law

The ongoing struggle between parents and the Missouri government over the state’s school transfer law is another example of politics and bureaucracy winning out over parents, children, and their fu

Will the FCC Break the Internet?

Actions speak louder than words. The world is watching to see where the FCC’s actions will lead international telecommunications regulators going forward.

All We Got Was Expanded Medicaid

Ever see one of those t-shirts that read, “I went to Paris and all I got was this stupid t-shirt,” or something similar?

Predictions of Doom Caused by Tax Relief Measures Ring Hollow

Many years ago, the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu opined, “Those who have knowledge, don’t predict. Those who predict, don’t have knowledge.”

FCC's Secret Meetings Raise Significant Process Concerns

A little-noticed article in the Wall Stre

Housing Affordability in China

Finally, there is credible housing affordability data from China.

‘This is not an Education Problem. This is a Government Problem’

The world needs more teachers like Susan Bowles. The kindergarten teacher at Lawton Chiles Elementary School in Gainesville risked her job to stand up for what she believes in.

Council's New Bill to Boost Smoking

New York City was the first major city to ban vaping, the use of e-cigarettes, wherever cigarette smoking is banned. Cities around the country have followed suit.