Why do the dictators rage? Because, thanks to oil, they can. By Victor Davis Hanson.
Goodbye to Norman Borlaug, who saved millions from starvation. By Henry I. Miller.
Two million more acres have been swallowed up under strict federal use restrictions, stoking the power of the “park barrel.” By Terry L. Anderson and Reed Watson.
Plucking a few facts out of the bin of recycled slogans. By Terry L. Anderson and Laura E. Huggins.
After leading a two-year study of the world’s surging economies, Hoover senior fellow Michael Spence wants to put their example to work.
Why not replace the Kyoto Protocol with something that really works? What we can learn from the Montreal Protocol on ozone, by one of the diplomats who drafted it. By George P. Shultz.
Why corn-based ethanol isn’t the solution. By Henry I. Miller and Colin A. Carter.
Californians should be feeling serene about a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal. With the dubious help of celebrities, they’re feeling alarmed instead. By Bill Whalen.
Los Angeles, it is widely believed, was able to become a major city only after stealing water from farmers elsewhere in California in the 1920s. The problem with this belief? It’s false. By Gary D. Libecap.