Authors
Nathan Harden

Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How it is Revolutionizing our World (Regnery, 400 pages, $27.95) George Gilder has done it again. Nobody ventures out onto the cutting edge of technology to bring back its wonderful news…

When private enterprise built the first railroad in China in the 19th century, the Chinese mandarinate sent out work crews to tear up the tracks. So things went in the Middle Kingdom for approximately 1500 years. Emperors and dynasties came…

In his 2006 State of the Union Address, George W. Bush, Jr. announced that America was “addicted to oil” and declared that switching to switchgrass would free the nation of this vice. It was a pathetic conservative attempt to play…

The news is in. After five years in office, President Barack Obama has managed to create the highest level of income inequality in American history. All that effort to undermine the wealth-producing ability of the economy has not been in…

President Obama swung through Sweden Wednesday on his way to Russia and couldn’t miss the chance to comment on what a wonderful job the Swedes are doing in creating a clean energy world: Sweden is obviously an extraordinary leader when…

Last week President Obama solidified his growing opposition to the Keystone Pipeline by asserting that the long-delayed project would only be producing “about 2,000 construction jobs and maybe 150 permanent jobs.” Think about that a minute. The section of the…

If you want to see how the press acts like a bunch of hysterical ninnies, just look at the way an article in Science about earthquakes and underground wastewater storage pools has been distorted into a national alarm about fracking….

President Obama’s Administration is beginning to feel like one endless freshman orientation, you remember the kind where they used to sit you down the first week of college and tell you you’d been oppressing blacks and women all your life…

This week was about as good and bad as it gets for nuclear. Pandora’s Promise, Robert Stone’s Sundance-awarded documentary featuring five environmentalists who have changed their mind about nuclear, opened in 12 cities around the country. The movie features five…

Last week the Associated Press ran an astonishing story about how America’s windmills have been killing thousands of rare birds, including golden eagles, while getting a free pass from the Obama administration. Here’s the way it appeared in the Washington…

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