Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Government Broadband Overbuilds Are Anti-competitive

Governments do not “compete” with companies. Governments tax, limit, police and judge companies.

A Brutal Chicago Winter, Global Warming, and Just Weather

I moved to Chicago in 2010 after five years of living in perfect Pasadena, California — where I looked at the sun setting on the beautiful San Gabriel Mountians every day during

Carbon Benefits Exceed Costs by up to 500:1

[Ed: Dr. Roger Bezdek is the co-author of this post.] 

Before Modern Collectivism: The Rise and Fall of Classical Liberalism

[NOTE: I delievered this speech at the Hungry Minds Discussion Club in Denver, Colorado, February 8, 2014.]

Want A Government Official To Change His Mind? Hire Him!

As President Obama’s Interior Secretary, Ken Salazar was charged with being one of the biggest defenders of the Obama agenda on energy and environmental issues – among them, running interference on

There is No Global Warming and Will Be None for Decades

I recently received an unsigned email about my Sierra Club commentary in which I pointed out th

What The Washington Post’s Factchecker Gets Wrong About Obamacare

If you set yourself up as the arbiter of all that is factual in the nation, you’d better keep your own facts straight.

A Broadband System Upgrade

As has been widely reported today, Comcast has pro

Is the Common Core Evaluation a Dog and Pony Show?

Indiana leaders are using words that conflict with their actions regarding the national K–12 curriculum and testing mandates known as Common Core.

Yearly Climate Spending 10x More Than UN Estimate for Ending World Hunger

The United Nations estimates it would cost $30 billion a year to end world hunger.