It all started in November of 1992 with dinner and a napkin. Yes, a napkin. You’ve seen thousands of them, those plain white paper napkins...Read More
The Left’s drive to exert ever-increasing control over the U.S. economy by forcing the conversion of the nation’s vehicle fleet from gas-powered to electric vehicles...Read More
Educational Institutions or Woke Factories?
It is budget time in Harrisburg and the line of special interests claiming the world will come to an end...Read More
Reigniting the American Dream
America was built on the idea that anything is possible with hard work and a dream. But it doesn’t feel...Read More
Putin's Nuclear Itch
For a while now, listeners to American Radio Journal have heard me express my fear of a desperate Vladimir Putin...Read More
A New Lynch Mob Going After Justice Clarence Thomas
In 1991, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was the target of what he unforgettably called “a high-tech lynching.” Now some...Read More
Lower Energy Costs Now!
Bill numbers, whether they be state or federal, often signal the importance of legislation to leaders of the chamber from...Read More
An Energy Collision Course
The Left’s drive to exert ever-increasing control over the U.S. economy by forcing the conversion of the nation’s vehicle fleet...Read More
Opportunity is Knocking to Combat Violent Crime
This year’s Pennsylvania Leadership Conference was the biggest yet, with over 900 participants and over fiver dozen media outlets covering...Read More
Cancel Culture Descends on Pitt
I detest cancel culture, especially its ugly spread to speakers on college campuses. Universities ought to be bastions of genuine...Read More
Lincoln Institute Columnists
The Lincoln Institute’s columnists provide insightful commentary on a wide range of national and state level topics that go beyond talking points to focus on holding government accountable while fostering those policies that create a climate where businesses can grow and expand thus creating good family sustaining jobs for all Americans.