Recent Opeds & Letters to the Editor

State Should Switch to 401(k) Style Plans

South Carolina lawmakers have undertaken reforms to address some of the serious issues with their state’s pension system, but major changes are still needed to prevent future budget problems.

The Nanny State Advances Statement on Passage of Anti-Soda Tax in Philadelphia

In the first success of its nature for "nanny state" advocates after many years of trying, Philadelphia Thursday became the first major city to attempt to control the non-alcoholic drink choices of

Policy Positions: Free Trade vs. Political Ignorance

The current political campaign for the U.S.

Much at Steak in EPA’s Latest Beef

The recent release of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 600-page methane rule was the latest skirmish in the war on methane, but the next battle will be felt at your sup

Article V Constitutional Amendments, Part 1

Like a lot of Americans, I have been thinking for a long time that our nation is on the wrong track.

How to Utterly Destroy a Place - Socialism in Venezuela

During WWII, the U.S. dropped conventional explosives, fire bombs and atomic bombs on Japan. The U.S. and the U.K.

FCC’s Competition Policy Blind Spot for Dominant “Edge” Incumbents - GAFA

The evidence increasingly proves that Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon, companies collectively known as “GAFA,” are the dominant consumer-technology, “edge” platforms/incumbents in their respect

Liberals, Your Shibboleth is Showing

By Nancy Thorner and Ed Ingold -  

Restoring the Constitution Would Repay a Debt to Veterans

In addition to commemorating the 651,031 Americans who lost their lives in wars, Memorial Day and other soon-to-be-celebrated patriotic commemorations — such as Flag Day and Independence Day — shou

Google Is Rigging Searches For Hillary Clinton

This is huge news - but it is hardly surprising.