Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

The New U.S. Spectrum Policy Has Big Problems

The future of the U.S. wireless industry changed substantially last week, with hardly any public discussion.


Google is the spy tool of choice, the one stop-shop for spying, and the spymaster’s dream.

The Battle for Economic and Energy Freedom

During the Fourth of July celebrations, you probably thought about the freedoms we enjoy in the USA. Perhaps you even pondered how those freedoms are slipping away right before your eyes.

Further Reflections on the Declaration

We have just celebrated this nation’s Founding, but debate abounds on the meaning of the Declaration of Independence.  How significant is this document?

Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly, and Peter Gleick Gotta Lie

With apologies to Oscar Hammerstein, I ain't "lovin' dat man of mine." And why would I after the crimes

'The Science is Settled' is a Mirage

Hold on to your hats.  Atomic weights have been changed for five elements shown by the June 12, 2013,  announcement

Fed Fuel Regulations Throw Md., Va. Carnival Cruise Jobs Overboard

The Environmental Protection Agency acts as if every new burdensome demand makes a huge difference for the health and wellbeing of humans, in addition to claims that its costly, excessive regulatio

Hot Weather and Climate Change—a Mountain From a Molehill?

On Sunday, Death Valley temperatures reached 129oF, a new June record high for the

Raise Standards for Teachers and Free Them to Teach

Criticizing teachers is like criticizing policemen or mothers, but romanticizing the U.S.