Author Articles

While Insurance Companies Targeted, Taxpayers Soaked

How the government created the flood exclusion in private insurance policies -- and how taxpayers pay while the media blame business.

Too Much Gore on TV

Network obsession delivers a summer filled with vice president turned climate change pitchman.

Hollywood's New Villain: Businessmen

Overture. Dim the lights. This is it ... for the American free enterprise system if Hollywood has its way.

Econ 101: Is the Estate Tax Good or Bad?

How the inheritance penalty affects the rich, the poor and the economy.

I Hate to Burst Your Bubble ...

But the housing market is cooling off just fine despite the summer heat.

Forget Tea Leaves: Read Congress's Bills to Forecast Future Deficits

Just how much taxpayer money is each member of Congress proposing to spend?

Hollywood Export Undermines America

It's time for TV scriptwriters to give up the evil business stereotypes and cowboy up.

Take Food Cops' Advice with a Grain of Salt -- Until That's Banned, Too

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, which once campaigned for trans fats, now sues against them.

Gates & Buffett: A Wealth of Information about How Journalists See Money

Rich duo proves that good media coverage can be had ... if you give money to the correct causes.

For American Businessmen, Primetime is Crimetime

Entertainment TV says professionals 21 times more dangerous than the mob.

Unhappy Anniversary: Kelo's 'Public Purpose'

With eminent domain decision, Court actually made property rights regressive.

A $40-Billion Scandal...With a Capital 'D'

Networks continue to downplay or skip fiasco at Democrat-run Fannie Mae.

Econ 101: Why Immigration Happens

Despite political issues, immigration is really just economic forces at work.

U.S. vs. Oil Refiners: Are Profits Justified?

Washington Post pits motorists against profit-guzzler oil companies.

Its Beginning to Look a Lot Likea Very Good Christmas

The medias pessimistic holiday shopping forecasts fail to register with reality.

TV Academy Honors Dobbs, Ignores His Slant on News

Lifetime achievement award honors journalistic work, but skips trend toward advocacy.

As GM Goes, So Go the Media

Covering layoffs and pension woes, journalists overlook unions colossal harm to the auto industry.

Pilgrims and Ingrates

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

New film takes criticism of the retail chain to extreme lengths.