Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Samuel Insull: Getting The Story Straight

Samuel Insull died at the age of 78 in the Paris subway on July 16, 1938. He was a remarkable man.

Organic crops are tested for pathogens, right? Nope

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits synthetic nitrogen fertilizer in organic production and encourages natural compost.

1G Government in 4G World

Change is hard, especially for the federal government.

The Meaning of the Zimmerman Trial: Progressives bring the French Revolution to America

There has been only one responsible party in the entire Zimmerman affair. Everyone else in positions of power and authority has fallen into one of two categories.

Blind Justice?

The jury in the Trayvon Martin case has found George Zimmerman not guilty of second degree murder beyond a reasonable doubt in the tragic shooting of Mr.

Fee-For-Service Again

USA Today asked me to write a counterpoint to their editorial calling for the abolition of Fee-For-Service payment in health care

The Untold Unemployment Story: A Loss Of 162,000 Full-Time Jobs In June

You would not have gotten the real story about the June unemployment report on the front page of any newspaper.

Green Energy's Too Expensive

On Wednesday, July 10, the House passed H.R.

ObamaCare on the Brink

I hope you will forgive me for assuming the Obama administration was merely 

The American Way of Birth

The New York Times recently published a major article by Elisabeth Rosenthal on “The American Way of Birth, Costliest in the World.”