Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Andrew Cuomo’s Fracking Psuedo-Science

What do Bigfoot and New York’s ban on fracking ban have in common? The evidence supporting the existence of both is equally (un)credible.

The Founders Wanted a Laser-Targeted Article V Convention (Part 1 in a Series of 8)

This is part 1 of the 8 part series establishing that the laser-focus of the Compact for America approach to organizing an Article V convention with the specific job advanc

E-Cigarette Denial: It Just Doesn’t Work Anymore

Recently I attended a forum on e-cigarettes, sponsored by a political organization that wanted to educate its attendees about the devices.  During the discussion my opponent [from the pro

A New Year's Resolution: Becoming a Light of Liberty

With the beginning of 2015, what might be a “New Year’s resolution” for a friend of freedom?

How the Left Wants to Eradicate Planes, Trains and Automobiles by Shutting Off Their Financial Fuel

“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” is not just the name of Steve Martin and John Candy’s 1987 everything-goes-wrong comedy film.

A Question for 2015: Is the FCC Unlawful?

In May 2001, I published a law review article titled, “The Public Interest Standard: Is It Too Indeterminate to Be Constitutional?” In the article, I suggested that the ubiquitous public interest s

The NYPD’s Revolt Is A Direct Threat To Democracy

Since the moment when police officers turned their backs in protest on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, we’ve seen the type of escalating activity in the city which would be more recognizab

Making Predictions

If there is one thing pundits like to do it is to make predictions.

2014: Year of Futility in the Fight Against Climate Change

The year 2014 was another year of futility in the fight against climate change. Climatists redoubled efforts to convince citizens that urgent action is needed to stop dangerous global warming.

Exodus of the School Children

The urban cores of the nation's 52 major metropolitan areas (over 1 million population) lost nearly one-fifth of their school age population between 2000 and 2010.