Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

How to Tell if College Presidents Are Overpaid

The Chronicle of Higher Education tells us the median salary of public university presidents rose 4.

The Taxman Cometh (for Tea Partiers)

On Friday, senior IRS official Lois Lerner offered an apology of sorts after nonprofit organizations that were applying for tax-exempt status were targeted for IRS audit if the groups’ names includ

A Climate Cycle Delivered Our Cold Spring

Lots of us are commenting on the U.S. having the second coldest spring in the official thermometer record (starting ca. 1860) and the coldest since 1975.

Wireless Competition: What’s the Data Say?

The CTIA just released its semi-annual statistics on the wireless industry’s performance, and its bad news for all those supposed data-driven, pro-regulation proponents who are in search of evidenc

Is Roy Spencer the World's Most Important Scientist?

Roy Spencer is a climate scientist at  the University of Alabama Huntsville who may be the world's most important  scientist.   He has

Washington’s Preschool Push Ignores the Real Problem

In 1965, almost no parents put their three-year-olds in nursery school.

Uninsured May Have Better Access to Care than Medicaid Patients, Survey Shows

The public relations campaign to support Medicaid expansion frequently uses testimony by patients with serious medical conditions who have lost their private insurance.

Sorry Left, U.S. Actually Does the Internet Better Than Europe

We’ve heard it from the Left for years.  Europe allegedly has much better, faster and cheaper Internet service than does the United St

Turning on Obama -- Could it Be That the Liberal Press has Finally Figured Him Out?

If ponies rode men and grass ate cows, And cats were chased into holes by the mouse … If summer were spring and the other way round,