Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Time to End America's Century of Central Bank Mismanagement

One hundred years ago this month, on December 23, 1913, the Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act, establishing a national central-banking system in the United States.

Will High Retransmission Consent Fees Hamper a Successful Incentive Auction?

In recent years, over-the-air broadcasters, under the current retransmission consent regime, have been able to exact increasingly higher fees for permitting Multi

Electricity for Your EV: A New Entitlement?

An incident blew up in the media this week, in which a Georgia owner of an electric car was arrested, after he plugged in his&

The Nanny State Can Get You Killed

On the same day that the Los Angeles City Council moved to regulate e

Why Chairmen Upton and Walden Plan a Communications Act Update

The most modern part of America’s economy has the most obsolete law.

Hard to Take the German Absolution of Tesla Fires Seriously

Following incidents in Washington state, Mexico and Tennessee, the&nbs

Common Core Re-Enters the Political Theater

Indiana education politics has dwelt in drama-queen land recently, with state Superintendent Glenda Ritz unsuccessfully trying to sue the school board she chairs for discussing over email an idea s

Greenpeace to Kids: Christmas is Canceled

Radical left-wing organizations have long-enjoyed stenographic coverage in the mainstream media.

Obama’s Shallow Inequality Speech And The Presidency That Might Have Been

President Obama’s speech yesterday on inequality is being lauded as one of the best of his life, by people who paid attention to it.

Americans Don’t Trust The Government, And That Could Be Great For America

The American people don’t trust the government. This could be a great thing for America.