Op-Eds and Columns

Free market energy policies can end economic malaise

May 3, 2013 OpEd No Comments

By David Rothbard and Craig Rucker

“We can’t have an energy strategy that traps us in the past,” President Obama proclaimed in March 2012. “We need an energy strategy for the future – an all-of-the-above strategy for the Twenty-First Century escorte Bucuresti that develops every source of American-made energy.”

At first blush, this sounds like common sense. The US economy and lifestyle “depend on inexpensive and plentiful energy,” the noted in a 2005 report, but people tend to forget this until world events cause gasoline prices to spike. Then Washington reacts, CRS continued – passing the Energy Policy Acts of 1992, 2005 and 2007. However, the US still does not have a “comprehensive long-term energy policy” that balances increasing supply with conservation and defines the proper interplay between government and market forces. … Continue Reading

How rich Rockefellers battle the people’s pipeline

April 18, 2013 OpEd No Comments

By Ron Arnold

Americans concerned about gasoline prices were encouraged by the Pew Research Center’s new poll, whose headline blared, “Keystone XL Pipeline draws broad support.” A score box showed 63% supporting and only 23% opposing the pipeline that escorte Bucuresti would transport oil from Canada’s vast Alberta oil sands deposits through the Plains states to Texas refineries.

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Iron Lady Thatcher: Last From A Great Era

April 18, 2013 OpEd No Comments

By Chris Freind

Irving Stone’s famous book, They Also Ran, chronicles men defeated for the presidency while analyzing those races escorte Cluj to see if the people chose wisely.

Just as readers are left pondering how history may have been altered, the opposite also holds true: what if the winner had not been victorious.

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Book Reviews

Book Review: In Search of Self-Governance by Scott Rasmussen

January 28, 2010 Book Reviews, Featured 1 Comment
Book Review: In Search of Self-Governance by Scott Rasmussen

Reviewed by Carter Clews

No one has his finger more firmly planted on the American people’s pulse than public opinion pollster Scott Rasmussen. His popular Rasmussen Reports have taking polling to a new level of accuracy, prompting Washington Examiner columnist Michael Barone to observe, “the best place to look for polls that are spot on is RasmussenReports.com.”

And now, Rasmussen has penned an incisive new book on what Americans really believe – and where they want their country to go – that promises to be a dark-horse bestseller. Short (only 76 pages from cover to cover); fact-filled, yet delightfully philosophical; both escorte Cluj revealing and predictive; In Search of Self-Governance promises to be the type of provocative and compelling tome for the decade to come that The Third Wave and The Tipping Point were in decades past. … Continue Reading

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