Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Obama’s Climate Obsession

The bond market suffered a mini-crash following President Obama’s ill-considered words all but firing Federal

The Right Way to Fight Obesity

Among the contentious food issues to be addressed by public policy this year is obesity, which affects Americans of all ages.

Cheap Energy: a Human Right for the Public Good

A few months ago, in his State of the Union address, President Obama proudly pledged to tackle climate change—despite opposition from Republicans.

Obama’s Unaffordable Act

When he was campaigning for President in 2008, President Obama told the American people his health reform plan would reduce family health insurance premiums by $2,500 a year.

Welcome to Health Care Hell

Some blogs are tough to write and some just seem to write themselves.  This is one of the latter.

Greedy Africans are Starving Our Cars

“You’ve heard of Live Aid? Well, this is Drive Aid,” an ardent young man says, as he approaches London pedestrians.

Details Revealed of Fisker's Waste and Mismanagement

As NLPC has covered Fisker Automotive’s catastrophic flop over the last few years since it was granted a $529-million taxpayer-guaranteed loan

U.S. Competition Beats EU Regulation in Broadband Race

They were so wrong. To justify FCC market intervention, U.S. proponents of EU-style, heavy-handed broadband regulation trumpeted the narrative that the U.S.

Farm Bill: After Three Failed Decades of No Reform, Isn’t it Time to Try A Different Approach?

Unwinding the government’s crop protectionism regime has been a 30+ year-long nightmare mess.  We who wish to make it all go away have in that time gotten absolutely nowhere in our attempts to

California’s Environmental Tax Grab

Well, well, well.  It seems California is not all that interested in theenvironment after all.