Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

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.

The Federal Communications Congress?

Apparently Congress has an aspiring legislative rival in the Federal Communications Commission.

Gordon Tullock: Economist Who Explained Why Government Corruptly Grows

Why is it that government grows in size and scope, and is so difficult to stop or reverse?

One Blog, Two Shameful Acts, Three Shameless Organizations

Imagine two companies, one worth more than $31 billion and the second worth $315 billion, ask for and receive $1.6 billion in federal low interest loans to build a power plant.  The power plan

Google’s Dominance Isn’t Peaking Its Proliferating!

Apparently Google hopes to convince the new European Commission to buy into the same market predicate that it convinced Mr.

From Boom to Bustle: The Transition of the North Dakota Economy

The North Dakota oil boom is over. At least that was one of the recurring talking points at the North Dakota Petroleum Council’s (NDPC) annual meeting in Dickinson, North Dakota about a month ago.

Federal Regulators Continue ‘War on Fun'

Just in time for the holiday season, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is gearing up what can only be called a “war on fun,” persecuting legitimate foreign and domestic businesses for s

Senate Majority Change Could Alter Environmental Politics

Political analysts are rapidly reaching a consensus that the recent election was a repudiation of President Obama’s failed policies, and although environmental issues were not the primary focus of