Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

New Obama Taxes Will Torpedo Senior Healthcare

Policy successes in Washington are few and far between these days, so more than ever we pray that our leaders follow the old adage, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." 

Our Real Man-made Climate Crisis

In his first address as Secretary of State, John Kerry said we must safeguard “the most sacred trust” we owe to our children and grandchildren: “an environment not ravaged by rising seas, deadly su

We All Live in a Ninny Nanny Land

Anyone who still believes that the United States of America has a “free” market economy has obviously not taken a look at the health care sector lately.  Speaking as a practicing lawyer, one r

Global Warming Alarmists Chant 'Forget The Carbon, We Demand The Tax'

If global warming were truly a crisis, China would be the earth’s bad-guy bully. China&n

Rethinking Money: The Rise Of Hayek's Private Competing Currencies

Auditing the Fed, replacing Fed monetary policy discretion with a mandatory price rule governing policy, even the gold standard, Nobel Laureate Friedreich Hayek pushed the envelope beyond all of th

Keystone Pipeline: Housecats Have Greater Emissions Impact

On Friday, the Department of State released a 2,000-page draft review of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline project.

Can Global Warmists Get Their Story Straight?

Two of catastrophic climate change’s staunchest supporters have been out on the stump promoting their cause—with conflicting statements.

Stocks Support Sequester

Judging from the stock market, Republicans should keep doing exactly what they’re doing when it comes to the sequester.

After the Election

Some commentators are saying the November 2011 presidential election represented a “tipping point” toward socialism, economic depression, and cultural co

Libertarianism and the Fairness Message

This Jonathan Haidt vignette on why it’s hard to gross out a libertarian also serves as a wonderful