Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

The Back-Room Medicaid Debate

States across the country are making a fateful decision that will determine the future tax burden on their citizens, the size of the largest line item in virtually every state’s budget, and the nat

You Can Have a Big Economy, or a Big Government – Not Both

President Barack Obama has for five-plus years said and done two contradictory things regarding the United States’ economy.

Why Margaret Thatcher Matters

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died today at the age of 87, and we here in the United States should take good note of her accomplishments.

Look Out Below, The Obamacare Chaos Is Coming

The biggest political problem faced by so-called “liberals” and so-called “progressives” in President Obama’s second term is how to prevent voters from holding them politically responsible as the p

How the Iron Lady Got Her Start

There will be numerous eulogies today from people who knew her well, and most  will focus on Margaret Thatcher’s tenure as Prime Minister, when her wit and skill made her a force to be re

Obama Attacks IRAs

How much would you need to be able to retire comfortably? If you’re not sure of the answer, don’t worry: the Obama administration will answer for you.

Six EU Nations Revolt Against Google’s Virtual Colonialization of Their Private Data

Ironically six of the original European colonial powers of yesteryear, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands, have

BP: Back to Petroleum and Beyond Puff-power

British Petroleum is still one of the world’s biggest oil companies.

North Carolina Rethinking Renewable Energy Standard

North Carolina legislators are considering repealing the state's renewable portfolio standard.

Is Renewable Energy Law Good for N.C.? No

One of the most effective ways to reduce the purchasing power of every person and business in North Carolina would be to raise energy costs.