Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

EU-Google: Too Powerful to Prosecute? The Problems with Politically Enabling Google

The EU blinked. It's obvious the EU does not want a high-profile political confrontation with Google over a search monopoly abuse enforcement action.

San Jose State Professors Would Rather Burn Climate Skeptic Book Than Read It

On April 24 while introducing John Lott at our latest Authors Series event, I mentioned to the

Downsize the Liberals

Washington state is conservative, except for Seattle, which delivers the entire state’s electoral votes for the most left-wing plausible candidate every four years.

The Disgraceful Episode Of Lysenkoism Brings Us Global Warming Theory

Trofim Lysenko became the Director of the Soviet Lenin All-Union Academy of Agricultural Scie

Only Government Complains About Having More Customers

Every private sector company spends every waking second (and many sleeping ones) trying to get new customers.  It’s a relentless pursuit of improvement.  Of their goods and services, cust

Fisker: Free to Make Flashy Cars in Finland

With nearly a year’s worth of exclusive reporting on Obama’s green-energy crony-corruption scandal, you might

Support Drilling, Fracking, Keystone…and Exports

The interminable war on drilling, fracking and the Keystone XL pipeline has taken some bizarre turns. Now it’s getting worse, as opponents grow more desperate, and the moon again grows full.

Defeating Frac Sand Moratorium Good for Minnesota

I disagree with the Land Stewardship Project that Minnesota state government needs to play an active role in frac sand mining (State frac sand moratorium unlikely, Apr. 24).

A Win for Rational Policy and Cost-Effective Energy

You’ve heard the cliché: “Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose.” Within the past month, I’ve experienced both sides of that adage—in reverse.

Happy Birthday To One Of The U.S.'s Greatest Presidents

Sunday, April 28 marked the 255th anniversary of President James Monroe’s birth in 1758.