Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Puerto Rico’s Economic Crisis Rooted in History of Feds’ Anti-Trade Policies

Alejandro Garcia Padilla, the governor of Puerto Rico, has skipped out on a $422 million payment owed to private-sector creditors.

Google’s Omnipresent Tracking Much Harder to Leave than an ISP for Privacy

If you are online, you can’t escape Google’s myriad of ways it tracks you, but you can leave your ISP.

The Court Cops Out

Like the camel that gets its nose under the tent, once the federal government butts into people’s business it’s very hard to get it out.  But in a per curiam decision in

The Trust Ramifications of an EU-Google Search Bias Conviction

The Sunday Telegraph reports that the EU is poised to fine Go

Government-Owned Internet Projects are a Bad Deal for Taxpayers, Consumers

Despite claims of helping low-income earners access the Internet, and thereby joining the digital economic revolution, taxpayer-funded Internet infrastructure projects have a long and expensive his

For the Farmers, the Biofuel Bubble has Already Burst

It’s planting season, and farmers are taking to the fields to put food on our tables.

Governments Create Monopolies and Cause Worker Exploitation, Not Free Markets

The world is threatened with a renewed wave of anti-capitalism and anti-business sentiments and policies.

Cruz Withdrawal Postpones the Concern Over ‘Natural Born’

A silver lining to the withdrawal of Sen.

Is the Green’s “Daddy Warbucks” Helping the Planet or Himself?

Any comprehensive review of green energy and its politics and policies has to include the name of wealthy liberal Tom Steyer—who has been