Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Vanishing Snow: Should There Be A Law?

Last month, more than 100 ski resorts joined the Business for Innovative Climate &

Breakthrough!

This essay is based on remarks delivered on June 19, 2013 at Heartland’s annual President’s Council Retreat.

‘Thousands of NSA Analysts Can Listen to Domestic Phone Calls,’ Read Emails, Texts, IMs

UPDATES: Aplenty – from late last night – below.  Please, indulge us and read from top to bottom – for clarity’s sake. —–

Conservatives Reach Common Ground On A Carbon Tax, And That's The Problem

A much-anticipated carbon tax debate in Washington D.C. last Thursday brought some much needed clarity to assertions that conservatives should or indeed do support a carbon tax.

The Magic, Fairy Dust Naivete That Is Progressive Economics

Let’s proclaim the Good News: Government money is free.  No, not just to the beneficiaries of government programs.  To society as a whole.  Meaning there is no economic cost to gover

Marco Rubio's Insider Problem

What was Marco Rubio sent to Washington to do?

The Magic, Fairy Dust Naivete That Is Progressive Economics

Let’s proclaim the Good News: Government money is free.  No, not just to the beneficiaries of government programs.  To society as a whole.  Meaning there is no economic cost to gover

Greenbacks Beat the Greens in Uber-Green California

If there is anyplace the gang green can expect to get its way, it would surely be California.

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Big Apple "Voluntary" Composting Idea Stinks: Carries Health Risks, Says New York-Based Risk Expert

Mayor Bloomberg is planning on creating a "voluntary" composting program that will eventually become mandatory, the New York Times 

Higher Education’s Changing Landscape

There is one thing the professoriate in highereducation, generally, resist–change.