Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Last-Ditch Assaults on Affordable Energy

Separating reality from ideology and political agendas is difficult, but essential, if we are to revitalize our economy and help the world’s poorest families take their rightful places among Earth’

So Much For Obama's Pledge To Transparency

President Barack Obama repeatedly pledged he would run the most transparent administration in the history of the United States during both of his presidential campaigns, but the evidence shows Obam

The Apparent Androidopoly Antitrust Case

Few outside of Alphabet-Google understand the immense market, economic, and technological power of an unaccountable monopoly over the underlying software that controls most all mobile devices in th

Are Wind Turbines Killing Whales?

Co-authored by Paul Driessen and Mark Duchamp Environmentalists say navy sonar hurts whales, but ignore impacts of offshore wind farms

Unfair Grades for Educational Choice

Co-authored by Lennie Jarratt & Timothy Benson

Occupational Licensing Reform: Walk, Don't Run

In 1952, the Council of State Governments reported that less than 5 percent of U.S. workers were required to be licensed to legally perform their jobs. Economists Morris M. Kleiner and Alan B.

FCC’s Arbitrary Competition Policy -- Edge Platforms Can’t Be Gatekeepers?

Looking backwards makes it hard to see what’s right in front of you.

Do Parents Want Their Children on Uncle Shrink’s Couch?

Uncle Sam is becoming “Uncle Shrink” to millions of schoolchildren, including many preschoolers, who are now subject to various psychology-focused educational components that have been implanted in

‘Put It On Their Tab’ – It’s Time to Cut Off Washington, D.C.

Everything in Washington, D.C. established to do X – ends up doing X, Y, Z, and triplets of every letter in the alphabet. This anti-federalism is fueled by several basic precepts.

Wilhelm Röpke: The Economist Who Stood Up To Hitler

Sometimes there are men of principle who live their values and not merely speak or write about them.