Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

States Should Not Increase Tobacco Use Age to 21

Some states, including California and Illinois, are now considering proposals that would increase the legal age limit required to consume tobacco and tobacco-like products, including electronic cig

The Marketplace Delivers More Data

The Oxford Dictionary defines capitalism as "an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state." &n

Inside Climate Propaganda

Have you ever wondered how the LA Times, Associated Press, Weather Channel and your local media always seem to present similar one-sided stories on climate change, fossil fuels, renew

Let’s Not Emulate How Much of the World Treats Intellectual Property

April 26 is World Intellectual Property (IP) Day: “We celebrate World Intellectual Property Day to learn about the role t

Climate Hustle Demolishes Climate Alarmism

Be sure to see this movie Monday, May 2 – during its one-night nationwide engagement Without presenting it to the US Senate, as required by the Constitution, President Obama has signed the

E-Cigarettes: A Better Way to Quit Smoking, Heartland Institute Panel Says - Part 1

Cigarette smoking has become significantly less popular in the U.S.

Without This Option, School Choice Would Shrivel

Would it be constitutional for a public school board to offer grants and scholarships to families wishing to choose private schooling, yet exclude those benefits for families who prefer for their c

Occupational Licensing Benefits Insiders, Shortchanges Millennials

North Carolina lawmakers recently backed away from a proposed bill that would have reformed the state’s occupational licensing laws.

The Obama Administration is Vociferously Anti-Science

We conservatives are incessantly assailed by the Left as “anti-science.” That we stand athwart scientific and technological advancement – yelling “Stop!” But time and again, it is Leftists that mak

University Researchers Put Fracking Politics Before Science

Geologists at the University of Cincinnati just wrapped up a three-year investigation of hydraulic fracturing