Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Why Google Can’t Criticize EU Much for Ruling it Dominant & Anticompetitive

In the next several weeks, expect the EC’s Competition Directorate to decide that Google is in fact dominant with >90%&nbsp

Obama, Democrats and Bureaucrats Bury America’s Future Under More Federal Regulations

America’s abysmal 0.7% economic growth during the fourth quarter of 2015 meant the annual growth rate was an anemic 2.4% … and average annual growth for the six-year Obama era a pathetic 2.2 percen

Will the American People Be Suckered or Given Succor?

The Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act (PITFA), receiving a large bi-partisan approval in the House of Representatives earlier this year, is supposedly going to be taken up in the Senate this week.

‘Big Data’ Tries to Zero Out Parents in Common Core Review

When grassroots parents discovered big-education elitists had kept them in the dark about the Common Core (CC) experiment being conducted on their children, they helped to shine a bright light on t

Sanders: What Will His Socialist Plan Do to YOUR Medical Care?

There is one thing that supporters and detractors of Bernie Sanders might agree on: he seems to be honest about his convictions.

A Constitutional Convention can be Limited in Scope

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio recently announced that he fully endorses an Article V convention.

FCC Targets Cable Set-Top Boxes — Why Now?

With great fanfare, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Thomas Wheeler is calling for sweeping changes to the way cable television set-top boxes work. 

Government Drags Us Back in Time – Because Cronies and Ideology Tell It To

Government by ideological fantasy – at the expense of actual facts – is a terrible idea. So too is government of, by and for the donors.

Obama’s EPA to Ohio’s Anti-Frackers: You’re Wrong

Two recent reports on Ohio’s wastewater injection well program discredit chronic allegations by opponents of hydraulic fracturing.

Tax Cuts to Cut Carbon, an Idea Whose Time has Yet to Come

Some on the political right are floating a new “supply-side” idea for reducing carbon dioxide emissions without creating more market distortions: clean tax cuts.