Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Stop the outrageous spending

At some point between Thanksgiving and December 1, the federal government made history, as the value of outstanding U.S.

Obama to the FCC: Go Ahead and Break the Internet

President Barack Obama’s recent call to the Federal Communications Commission to strictly regulate broadband networks could be the death knell for the open, free, and prosperous Internet that has b

How Dangerous Is Snus? Don’t Ask New York Times Editors

The New York Times has added more fuel to the anti-tobacco-harm-reduction fire with a December 4 editorial (

Dear Bill Bennett: Get A Little More Reaganesque On Common Core

I’m too young to know if Ronald Reagan’s former Education Secretary Bill Bennett has always been a squish.

Congress Pays For Entitlement Expansion With Cut To Penis Pumps

The House and Senate are preparing to vote on the “Achieving a Better Life Experience” (ABLE) Act, a bipartisan bill that establishes tax-favored savings accounts for those with disabilities.

The Gruberization of Environmental Policies

Former White House medical consultant Jonathan Gruber pocketed millions of taxpayer dollars before infamously explaining how ObamaCare was enacted.

The Net Neutrality Hybrid Proposals: They Definitely Are Not Comfortable

Let me ask you this: “If a man has one foot in a bucket of boiling water and the other foot in a bucket of ice, do you think that, on average, he would be comfortable?”

The Only Legitimate FCC Hybrid Net Neutrality Approach

Any legitimacy the FCC has comes from the authority of law written by a duly-elected Congress under the U.S. Constitution.

How Dangerous is Swedish Snus? Don’t Ask The New York Times

The New York Times has published (