Protecting The Freedom Of Musical Collaboration

Opinion | MoZella
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As songwriters, we shouldn’t be required to choose between our creative freedom and our livelihood.

The Path To Post-Convention Unity

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a thumbs up during a rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

There is no question which party is better prepared to govern, and govern well. At least, if it can unify.

We Can't Make Strategic Defense Decisions Without More Transparency About The Costs Of War

Opinion | Bonnie Kristian
Photo credit: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Research suggests that specific delineation of war taxes leads Americans to make smarter foreign policy choices.

Lawsuit In China Could Be A Tripwire To Watch

Opinion | Bill Cowan
Chinese 100 yuan banknotes are seen in a counting machine while a clerk counts them at a branch of a commercial bank in Beijing

The Chinese National Offshore Oil Company is back in the news

Will The Remaining Races Look Like Wisconsin, Or New York?

Opinion | John M. Ellis
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks with rival John Kasich during a commercial break in the midst of the debate sponsored by CNN at the University of Miami in Miami, March 10

Kasich’s presence works to obscure the fact that the time to choose is now: Trump or not?

A New Culture For U.S. Trade Negotiations

Opinion | Joanne Butler
Trade ministers from a dozen Pacific nations in Trans-Pacific Partnership Ministers meeting post in TPP Ministers "Family Photo" in Atlanta, Georgia October 1, 2015. REUTERS/USTR Press Office/Handout

Americans don’t believe free trade happy-talk as we see shuttered factories and entire towns dependent on Social Security disability checks.

The Left Is Waging An Actual War On Women

Opinion | Terry Schilling
Transgender sign

It’s not transgender individuals that we should fear, but sexual predators who have already taken advantage of this new ‘right’

Occupational Licensing Benefits Insiders, Shortchanges Millennials

Opinion | Jesse Hathaway
Millennials selfie

Instead of protecting consumers, these laws actually raise the barrier to entry

Crime At The Click Of A Mouse

Opinion | Donald J. Mihalek
A picture illustration shows YouTube on a cell phone, in front of a YouTube copyright message regarding a video on an LCD screen, in central Bosnian town of Zenica

Why is this coalition, which has gotten certain congressmen to do its behest, making it more difficult for law enforcement?

Foreign Investment In Our Politicians

Opinion | Chuck Cunningham
Bernie Sanders rally Monica Lewinsky

Many credit card political donations can’t be verified as coming from the U.S.

Tax Preparer Bill Stops Fraudsters From Profiteering Off Mammoth Tax Code

Opinion | Rep. Diane Black
(Photo of W-2 tax form)

Today, you can charge money for tax preparing services without a background check or a single professional credential.

Time For GOP Congress To Stop Anti-Consumer Cronyism In Contact Lens Legislation

Opinion | Kevin Mooney
Hand holding - zoomed in

The incestuous relationship between eye doctors and contact lens manufacturers opens the door to unsavory practices

Stopping Zika, Malaria, And Other Insect-Borne Diseases Will Require New Insecticide Investment

Opinion | Jasson Urbach
A pair of Aedes albopictus mosquitoes are seen during a mating ritual while the female feeds on a blood meal in a 2003 image

For years insecticide research has received a mere fraction of the total malaria research investment

The Cult Of Diversity Strikes Down Andrew Jackson

Opinion | Scott Greer
Andrew Jackson, President of the United States (USA) in 1828 (Photo by: Liverani/Andia/UIG via Getty Images)

Dead white males on dollar bills are too much for the politically correct crowd to take

Earth Day: A Time To Remember When Tightening The Border Topped The Green Agenda

Opinion | Ian Smith

Environmentalists are supposed to appreciate that there are limits to growth.

End Suffering, Fix Buffering: A Call For Presidential Leadership

Opinion | Michael C. Kerrigan
U.S. President Obama is seen on a television screen placed in the hallway outside the U.S. House of Representatives chamber in Washington

The candidate who says this has my vote instantly. No buffering.

An Open Letter To Liberal Gender-Deniers

Opinion | Jon Schweppe
A gender neutral bathroom is seen at the University of California, Irvine

The Emperor isn’t wearing any clothes…

Controversy Over Temporary Worker Programs Could Cloud Immigration Debate

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Trump Doubles Down On His Attacks On 'Whack Job' Ted Cruz [images via Getty & CNN screen shot]

Guest worker programs like H-1B and H-2B are important to debate sooner rather than later.

Be The Earth Day You Want To See

Opinion | Richard Morrison
An environmentalist dressed as a giant eggplant participates in a protest against the invasion of genetically-modified organisms (GMO) to mark World Environment Day outside the Department of Agriculture office in Quezon City, Metro Manila June 5, 2012. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - RTR3346C

Whatever challenges we face globally from a changing climate, preemptively making ourselves poorer is probably not the solution.

How Trump Turned Cruz Into The Establishment Candidate

Opinion | Larry Kudlow
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks with rival Ted Cruz during a commercial break in the midst of the Republican presidential candidates debate sponsored by CNN at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

He turned delegate caucus defeats into a big message victory.