Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Colorado Bill Would Roll Back Renewable Mandates As Prices Soar

A Colorado Senate committee is in the process of discussing and debating a bill to roll back renewable power mandates enacted just last year.

LBJ’s Great Society Programs Are at the Core of America's Poverty Crisis

January 8, 1964 marked a half century since President Lyndon B.

Why Economic Growth Is Exponentially More Important Than Income Inequality

In 1900, we had no airplanes, no computers, no cellphones, no internet. We had only rudimentary versions of cars, trucks, telephones, even cameras.

Why Are the Media’s ‘Consumer Interest Groups’ So Leftist and Anti-Consumer?

The Media’s double standard when describing political advocacy organizations is as obvious as it is unsurprising. 

It's the Consumer, Stupid! - Part II

In thinking about the brouhaha over AT&T's proposed "sponsored data" plan for its wireless service, I was reminded of a blog I wrote shortly after the oral argument in Verizon's appeal of the

Annoying Greenies on the Defense

After decades of controlling America’s energy narrative, on January 5, CBS’s 60 Minutes fired a shot that has put the green lobby on the defensive.

Compassionate Conservatives Are Confusing A Slogan With An Agenda

In the year since President Barack Obama’s re-election, a handful of advocates for compassionate conservatism have re-emerged to push back against limited government conservatives with the sam

Chris Christie's Finest Hour

In his Thursday morning press conference regarding “Bridgegate,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie demonstrated the sort of leadership and responsibility-taking that has allowed him to be a popula