Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Labor Productivity vs. Compensation

In some but not all industries, we can measure output; e.g., tons of this, cubic yards of that. By relating output to hours of labor, we have a measure of labor productivity.

Yes, We Can Drill Our Way Out of This Problem

Perhaps you read the USA Today editorial on Augus

Other Nations Would Negate Any U.S. Attempt to Tackle Climate Change

In an editorial last Wednesday [“Global warming is real, and it’s our fault — let’s fix it”], the Sun-Times was right to recognize any attempt to reduce gl

Climate Reductio ad Absurdum

Recently, three researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, had a study published that claimed that a “substantial” correlation between violence and climate change could be made.

Democrats and Lawlessness

In the third of the six films of the Star Wars saga, the Sith Lord who has infiltrated to become the ruling Chancellor of the democratic republic confederation of peaceful worlds announces

ObamaCare’s Biggest Wrong: Collecting the Premiums

One of the long-standing problems in the individual health insurance market is collecting premiums.

Shale Gas Better Climate Solution Than Carbon Tax

In a recent commentary ("The importance of Maryland's leadership on climate change," Aug. 18), former presidential adviser Carol M.

A Tale of Two Climate HockeySticks

The  false "hockeystick" graph with which (in 2001) the UN climate panel claimed that  current surface t

America’s Second Civil War

“War,” said Carl von Clausewitz, “is but a continuation of politics with the admixture of other m