Not an economic savior, not an innocent in our economic drama, he's still a scapegoat. Published January 28 2010
President Obama's freeze on Federal spending is neither a sharp turn right nor sensible deficit control. It's a campaign gimmick. Published January 27 2010
The Supreme Court ruled for free speech in Citizens United v FEC, but all good things have a cost in other good things. Published January 26 2010
Democrats are saying the election wasn't about the President, but he's the biggest elephant in the room. Published January 20 2010
There are things right with American education. The NSU community lost one of them. Published January 13 2010
Ms Napolitano, if your security can't make my travel safe, just leave me alone. Published January 8 2010
Profiling for terrorists at airports makes sense, but only if done rationally. Leave Joan Rivers alone. Published January 7 2010
James Picht is an economist, a husband, and a father. He's also a former music major and classically trained pianist, a church organist, and a part-time jewelry maker. He thought he wanted to be a scientist and got a ...Read More
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