Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

America’s Private Video Market Success

It’s hard to be a “public interest” group when private interests better serve the public.

Republicans and the Long Game

The sudden deluge of scandal which dominates the discussion around President  Obama’s administration at the moment has handed a golden opportunity to  Republicans.

Does Solar Energy Actually Make Massachusetts Safer?

Earlier this month, Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick announced that

Ken Cuccinelli Emerges As One Of The Nation's Most Innovative Policy Makers

Ken Cuccinelli, the GOP candidate for Governor of Virginia in this year’s election, proposed last week the most advanced, sweeping, state tax reform plan in the nation.  Indeed, it is so advan

Sorry Global Warmists, But Extreme Weather Events Are Becoming Less Extreme

Just about every type of extreme weather event is becoming less frequent and less severe in recent years as

Obamacare Implodes - Health savings accounts are the solution, along with a dose of impeachment.

Health policy economists are puzzled by a persistent slowdown in the growth of health care spending that seems to have started in mid-2005, and accelerated since then.

Americans Fighting Their Own Government For Economic Survival

No wonder the national debt is at nearly $17 trillion—and ticking higher every day.

Slow the Presses!

It has been a difficult time for newspapers.

Reaching 400 ppm of CO2 Is No Milestone

[The following is a letter to the editor I submitted the other day to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. They will certainly not publish it, so I publish it here.