Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Are We Destined To Surf The UN-Net?

Earlier this year, the Obama administration asked ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to create a means of overseeing the Internet after U.S.

A Rare Debate on the “Settled Science” of Climate Change

CHICAGO, October 2, 2014 — In 1997 during the Kyoto Protocol Treaty negotiations in Japan, Dr.

A Victory for Our Energy Independence: Cove Point Gas Plant Is Approved

Victories are hard won and often seem few and far between on the free market energy and environment front.

Hong Kong v China – Less Government Is So Obviously Better

Perhaps lost in the incessant, rolling bad news shuffle that is the Barack Obama Administration are the 

John Fund Contrasts AGS Holder and Meese at Federalist Society Luncheon

Part 1: Assistant to Attorney General Meese under Reagan, compares tenure of AG Holder to Meese at Chicago Federalist Society event featuring John Fund.

Traffic Congestion in the World: 10 Worst and Best Cities

The continuing improvement in international traffic congestion data makes comparisons between different cities globally far easier.

The Texas Textbook Massacre

Would you want the textbooks at your child's school to teach your kids the Soviet Union still exists and is the greatest danger your child will face in their lifetime?

Seniors Dispersing Away From Urban Cores

Senior citizens (age 65 and over) are dispersing throughout major metropolitan areas, and specifically away from the urban cores.

Education Incentives can Help End Low Expectations

Behavioral psychologists and economists long have considered incentives to be a normal part of human nature, but applying them to education still stokes controversy.

Education Incentives Can Help End Low Expectations

Behavioral psychologists and economists have considered incentives to be a normal part of human nature for decades, if not centuries, but applying them to education still stokes controver