Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Schneiderman's Supplement Scam

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman made a shocking announcement earlier this month.

Population Control Behind UN's Agenda 21

By Nancy Thorner and Bonnie O'Neil -  Obama and UN seek to transform

The real face of unemployment and underemployment

Brian Perry is a college-educated law clerk who worked at the Providence, Rhode Island-based Lovett, Scheffrin, and Harnett law firm for more than 25 years before being laid off in 2008.

“Regurgitate Unsupportable Accusations, We Much?” Kert Davies is Back. Again

A brief word of explanation about the first part of that title, it’s a variation of the “Resist, we much” telepro

The Crucifixion of Dr. Willie Soon

By: Joseph L. Bast and Joseph A. Morris

The Climate Con Goes On

Some 200 nations may sign a “modest” Kyoto II climate treaty, say December 2014 media reports from Lima, Peru. But will developing nations agree to stop using coal to generate electricity? No.

Banning Industrial Sand Mining Would Be a Mistake

If the Houston County (Minnesota) Board votes to ban fracking tonight, it won’t because the board members are basing their decision on the best available science.

Consumers' Sovereignty and Natural vs. Contrived Scarcities

One of the great myths about the capitalist system is the presumption that businessmen make profits at the expense of the consumers and workers in society.

It's an Ice Age for Sure

Some say in ice.