Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Washington DC: Don’t Just Do Something – Stand There

There is a warped Inside-the-Beltway fetish with “getting things done.” Warped – because of what many of those “things” consist.

'GMO' Labeling We Don't Need--And Won't Get

Controversy continues to rage over whether foods from plants modified with molecular genetic engineering techniques should have to be labeled as such.

Struggle for Freedom in America's Schools

By Nancy Thorner & Bonnie O'Neil - 

Association of Youth E-Cigarette Bans with Increased Smoking Confirmed

There is fresh evidence indicating that attempts to prohibit youth access to e-cigarettes increase youth smoking rates.

Many in Washington DC are Drowning in Lake Me

I’ve heard the following quote ascribed to National Basketball Association (NBA) player, coach and executive Pat Riley – but the Internet is not giving up the ghost on provenance to him or anyone e

Big Healthcare’s Latest Attack on Patient Freedom

Anything with “Big” in it means Big Money, whether it’s Big Pharma, Big Oil, or whatever.

“Green”—the Status Symbol the Affluent can Afford that Costs the Poor

Researchers have found that some buyers are willing to pay for environmentally friendly products because those products are “status symbols.” A report in the Atlantic 

Who Will Protect Parental Choice in Post-Scalia Era?

Over the past 25 years, parents and children have won many hard-fought battles for the right to choose the best schools, public or private, to meet their educational needs.

The FCC’s New Subtractive Privacy Policy

Less is not more. That’s real “common sense.”

Big Government Fuels Income Inequality

Political campaign years are filled with candidates’ promises to solve people’s problems.