Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

No, Romney Won't Raise Your Taxes $2,000

Mitt Romney's tax plan is a winner, and, lacking a serious rebuttal, President Obama settles for fabricating charges.

Will Ted Cruz’s Primary Victory Finally Awaken Florida’s Establishment Republicans?

How many times must a Ted Cruz, a Richard Mourdock, a Marco Rubio, a Rand Paul, a Nikki Haley, a Mike Lee, etc., put a drubbing on Establishment Republicans before the career politician wing of the

There’s No Mystery To Slow Economic Growth: Progressives Are The Problem

The Big Picture Lesson of the 20th century was that capitalism works and socialism and communism don’t.  The rest of the world learned that lesson far better because they

A Game-Changing Study Finds Half Of Global Warming Is Fictitious

A reanalysis of U.S. temperature station data shows temperatures are rising only half as much as claimed by the U.S.

Obama's Calculated Deception

How the Obama campaign is trying to deceive you on the economy.

How to Replace Obamacare

A COMMON LIBERAL REFRAIN is that conservatives have no real health care agenda of their own— other than, of course, opposing Obamacare.

Milton Friedman, Father of School Choice

Louisiana's  10,000 kids clamoring for vouchers may never know it, but they owe their school  choice opp

A Century of Milton Friedman

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman, who played an indispensable role in making the case for market freedom and individual liberty in the

More Fed Stimulus Means More Failure

“Fed Weighs More Stimulus” read the banner headline at the top of page one of The Wall Street Journal (July 12), raising the question: How can Ben Bernanke and other central bankers who pr

Silver Lining in Teacher Shortage

Most states use teachers and school staff inefficiently. Since 1970, nationwide student enrollments have risen 8.5 percent, but teaching staff has increased more than 90 percent.