Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Cato Scholar Presents Insight About New Direction for Supreme Court

America's Future Foundation held an intimate briefing with a leading Suprem

Despite Gloomy News, Life is Actually Getting Better

It seems the news these days is nothing but bad.

Get Ready To Ditch The SAT And ACT

Decades from now, education historians may observe Common Core (CC) provoked a wave of activism that resulted in decentralizing U.S. education.

Study Finds Electronic Payments Boost Economy, Jobs

The electronic payments industry has revolutionized worldwide markets, making services like Amazon, Uber, Airbnb, and touch and pay systems possible.  As the industry grows and innovates, cons

7 Top Takeaways from EU’s Google-Android-Tying Charges

The European Commission has charged Alphabet-Google with abusing its dominance in the market for “general Internet search services,” by implementing an Android “strategy of mobile

Chilling Scientific Inquiry

In 2009, there was a massive email leak from the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia.

Alabama's Welfare Program is a Decade Behind Most of the Country

There have been numerous stories, rumors, and outright falsehoods reported in the media and by detractors regarding state Sen. Arthur Orr's (R-Decatur) recently proposed welfare reform bill.

The Progressive War on Free Speech – Part Three

“The Revolution devours its children,” wrote French royalist Jacques Mallet du Pan in 1793, but in the case of

The FCC is Just Another Dishonest, Authoritarian Arm of the Obama Administration

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) describes itself thus: “An independent U.S.

Keep an Eye on this Key Takings Case at SCOTUS, Murr v. Wisconsin

A government taking occurs when the regulatory strictures placed on a piece of property so limit its use that it is stripped of economic viability.