Recent Op-Eds

How Much Digital Reading Stays inside You?

By Nat Hentoff. Cato.org. July 23, 2014.

For more than 80 years, reading in print has been as natural for me as breathing. Someone writing about one of my books — not e-books...

D.C. Forgets about the Debt

By Michael D. Tanner. National Review (Online). July 23, 2014.

But the Congressional Budget Office doesn’t — the long-term situation is still dire.

Pointless Lying about US China Policy

By Justin Logan. China-US Focus. July 23, 2014.

The biggest danger would be if U.S. policy elites began believing their own rhetoric about not containing China.

Why Putin’s Proxy War an Abject Failure

By Christopher A. Preble. Rare. July 22, 2014.

If a particular foreign policy goal isn’t worth risking open warfare with another nation-state, then it probably isn’t worth risking a war started surreptitiously, and waged poorly, by proxies.

Sweden and School Choice

By Andrew J. Coulson. Education Next. July 22, 2014.

Slate published a critique of Sweden’s school choice program that managed to be both inaccurate and fallacious.