Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Obama’s Climate Action Plan: Emphasize What Won't Work; Penalize What Works

For months President Obama has been in the uncomfortable position of straddling a barbed-wire fence—does he appease his ardent environmental supporters or advocate for economic growth that wi

President Obama’s Climate Initiative—The Bad News and Good News

In his speech at Georgetown University on Tuesday, President Obama announced, “So today…I’m directing the

Obama's Words on Carbon Dioxide, Drilling Contradict His Actions

In his much-hyped speech Tuesday, Presi

Obama’s Climate Obsession

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

Climate Alarmism’s 10,000 Commandments

The United States will “do more,” before it’s “too late” to prevent “dangerous” global warming, President Obama told Berliners last week.

Reconfirming the Constitution

Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act bans any “standard, practice, or procedure” that “results in a denial or abridgement of the right of any citizen… to vote on account of race or color.” After yest

What Consists of Well-Being? The Non-Study Study

The Social Science Research Center has posted a lengthy report on what consists of good human development & well-being (read happiness) in the states.

Obama, not ‘Skeptics,’ Serve as President of the ‘Flat-Earth Society’

I’m loath to even write about President Obama’s banal 

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.