Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

Despite What You Hear, Global Warming Is Still Benefiting Africa

Michel Nasibu, an advisor in the International Development Advisory Section of KPMG East Africa, 

Guns for Dummies

If we’re going to have a “national conversation” about banning “assault weapons” following Newtown – and it looks like we are – let’s at least know what we’re talking about and what we’re not talki

Fewer Guns, More Crime

To President Obama, the word “politics” means anyone who disagrees with him, as in the phrase “It is time to put politics aside.” Whenever he says that, he is really saying “It is time to put aside

Common Core: A Rotten Apple for Education

As much as conservatives and liberals may disagree over big government's permissible role in shaping school curricula, sometimes one act of arrogance and stupidity from on high is enough to unite t

The E-Cigarette Revolution

Richard Craver, a writer for the Winston-Salem Journal, recently 

Will Obama Delay Obamacare?

As the fiscal cliff discussions in Washington move forward, don't be surprised if you soon hear about President Barack Obama requesting an extension on his signature legislative achievement.

Teachers Unions Steer Clear of Race to the Top

Teachers unions are infamous for pursuing money and power at children’s expense. It’s ironic when they try to turn down taxpayer money on principle but state and local officials won’t let them.

Law and Order in the Fallen World

It is a natural tendency on the part of most human beings, when confronted with great evil, to want to do something about it. We want to stop the horror of death and violence and disease.

End Corporate Cronyism and the Wind Production Tax Credit

Last week, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) showed their disregard for America’s

Under Obamanomics, America Stumbles Into Another Recession

The Democratric Party controlled mainstream media reported the November unemployment report as “better than expected.”  But in reality it showed that America is stumbling along into