Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

'Tis the Season for Parents to Explore School Options

Exercising school choice is at or near the top of parental to-do lists as the new year starts rolling.

Taxed Enough Already (TEA): Let’s Not Find New and Exciting Ways to Tax the Internet

The federal government each year now takes from us record tallies of tax dollars.

After DC’s Snowmageddon – Some Things Should Stay Buried

Due to this weekend’s torrential winter downpour, we are currently in the midst of a federal government shutdown. Uh oh.

What If Obama Believed in Individual Liberty and Free Markets?

President Barack Obama delivered his final State of the Union address on January 12, 2016, and devoted most of the time to defending his “legacy” of bigger and more intrusive government, with an em

More Welfare Reform is Needed in Mississippi

Co-authored by Logan Pike and John Nothdurft

Why We Need the Legislature to Rein in CPS

Co-authored by Timothy Benson and Lennie Jarratt

Ted and Trump Take Different Tracks on Ethanol

Terry Branstad was first elected governor of Iowa in 1982. His six terms in office have made him the longest serving governor in American history and the most influential politician in the state.

Base Policies on Reality, Not Deceit

Dr. Bob Carter understood that climate frequently changes, and we must prepare to adapt.

Common Core: A Fiasco for the Next Generation

Co-authored by Nancy Thorner and Bonnie O'Neil - 

PUC Out of Line in NV Energy's Dispute with Casinos

Nevada's public utilities watchdog appears to be refereeing the impasse between Warren Buffett-owned NV Energy and several Nevada casinos with the expertise and objectivity of a professional wrestl