Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Yellowstone’s Bison and Sustainable Management

If you’ve ever driven through the Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park at sunset and seen the bison herds it’s a pretty amazing sight.

The Period Of No Global Warming Will Soon Be Longer Than the Period of Actual Global Warming

If you look at the record of global temperature data, you will find that the late 20th Century period of global warming actually 

Why Can't the Government Take No for an Answer on Net Neutrality?

Network Neutrality is sadly, yet again back from the dead.  Because the Barack Obama Administration keeps insisting on resurrecting it.

Al Gore's Plan to Bring Back Dust Bowls

Al Gore is back in the headlines, this time telling a Kansas a

Cop Candor, Part II: 'Too Often, In Too Many Courtrooms . . .'

On Thursday, The Heartlander published my piece headlined, “Cop Candor: ‘At

America's Constitutional Crisis

President Obama famously has a pen and a phone.

Why It's So Hard to Sell Climate Change

In the Obama administration's effort to talk about anything other than Obamacare and Obama's near-jobless recovery, the president flew across the country to find the one part of the United States w

Cop Candor: 'At Least We Didn't Rape Her'

Rarely do I sing the praises of cops but today I do. Let us all applaud Austin, Texas, Police Chief Art Acevedo for telling Americans what police work in this nation has become.

Huffington Post Means Well, but Insults Naomi Klein, Gives Heartland Too Much Credit

In this Huffington Post piece, Bill Shireman of Future 500 means well —