Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

There Are Sometimes Problems with Partial Deregulation

Markets always work better the freer they are.  Free from all but the barest necessity laws and regulations, and the least taxes possible - up to and including n

Major New Report: Climate Science Says Global Warming Is Not a Crisis

The Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) on Tuesday, Sept.

Beware Of The Foolish Politics Of Climate Change

Last week, while America dithered over whether or not to depose Syria’s president, an ocean away, a different leader was decisively dumped.

5 BIG Implications from Court Signals on Net Neutrality

Economic rationality, competition, and broadband pricing freedom are the big winners, and common carrier-like net neutrality was the big loser, if the Appeals Court panel decides

The Ethanol Debacle

The government mandated blend of ethanol in every gallon of gasoline is a full-fledged disaster and neither Congress, nor the Environmental Protection Agency shows any indication of either repealin

Urban Core Boomer Populations Drop 1 Million 2000-2010

This may be a surprising headline to readers of The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, which reported  virtually the opposite result in their August 19 editions.

Sauce for the Goose

If gender no longer determines whom you can marry and whocan serve in combat, then should it still determine who can play on which highschool sports teams? 

Gun Control Recalled

Colorado voters yesterday successfully recalled two Democrat Colorado state Senators who led passage of a package of state gun control laws reflecting President Obama’s overcooked national rhetoric

A Science-Based Rebuttal to Global Warming Alarmism

On September 23, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is scheduled to release the first portion of its Fifth Assessment Report<