Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

The Rebirth of Austrian Economics

Forty years ago, during the week of June 15-22, 1974, the Austrian School of Economics was reborn during a conference in the small New England town of South Royalton, Vermont.

Climate Change–Less of a Scientific Agenda and More of a Political Agenda

Those who don’t believe in climate change are “a threat to the future,” says the Washington Post in a June 14 

Just What Is the Perfect Level of CO2?

Ever in an argument with a AGW proponent?

Movement of the Permanent Internet Tax Moratorium

This morning the House Judiciary Committee will undertake the markup of the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act.

You Can't Sugarcoat Distasteful Legislation

Obesity is a public health time bomb in young as well as older Americans. It affects 12.4 percent of children ages 2 to 5, 17 percent of those ages 6 to 11 and 17.6 percent of those ages 12 to 19.

Linking The Dollar To Gold: Completing The Recipe For Restoring An Economic Boom For America

Alexander Hamilton was America’s first Secretary of Treasury under President George Washington.

The EPA is America's Other Enemy

While our attention is focused on events in the Middle East, a domestic enemy of the nation is doing everything in its power to kill the provision of electricity to the nation and, at the same time

FCC’s Netflix Internet Peering Inquiry – Top Ten Questions – Part 17 Netflix Series

Does Netflix have any responsibility to help provide its users the streaming service that they paid Netflix for by connecting with ISPs in the high quality manner that most all other cont

Fixing Our Dictatorial EPA

Last year, Congress enacted 72 new laws and federal agencies promulgated 3,659 new rules, imposing $1.86 trillion in annual

Hell to the Redskins

By a two-to-one vote, a three-judge panel of the U.S.