Pollution by China, India less than that by US (Chad Tolman)

Of course we don't want to go to war with China and India about the coal power plants they are building, There would be no reason to do so as the problem of manmade global warming due to the use of fossil fuels has been grossly exaggerated. In point of fact, however, China and India produce considerably more carbon emissions than the US - not less.

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Biden shares views on current issues (USA Today)

Former Vice President Joe Biden promises to reverse Republican tax cuts, says nothing about spending discipline. Read More…

Tax reform starts with Trump's 2017 legislation (Ted Kaufman)

Sen. Ted Kaufman's critique of the 2017 GOP tax cuts is marred by misstatements and omissions. Read More…

"Renewable" energy news (John Nichols)

John Nichols interview on Rick Jensen show demonstrates an important point, namely regulatory subsidies of "renewable" energy tend to get approved because the dollar costs aren't readily determined. In contrast, straightforward carbon taxes are a tough sell. Read More…

Different takes on Skipjack offshore wind project (letter writers)

Two letter writers come to different conclusions about a proposal to allow electric power from an offshore wind facility being supported by MD to be brought ashore in DE. Read More…

Offshore wind plan sparking concerns (Maddy Lauria)

Public expresses concerns about proposed offshore wind project. Read More…

Crowd gathers to talk with officials (Maddy Lauria)

Offshore wind project encounters public resistance, albeit not necessarily for the right reasons. Read More…

Attacks on deep state will weaken intelligence agencies (Angela Kendall-Taylor)

Trust the whistleblower, says a member of the intelligence community, and pay no attention to the claims of political bias or worse. But if this charge is considered in context, one might well conclude otherwise. Read More…

Kaufman article contributes to divide (Tom Corrigan)

We were considering a comment on Ted Kaufman's latest column, but Mr. Corrigan beat us to it. Well put! Read More…

The president we elect in 2020 will have to rebuild a chaotic government (Ted Kaufman)

Former Sen. Ted Kaufman characterizes current status of the US government as chaotic, places 100% of the blame on the president. Read More…

Climate crisis upon us now will dwarf Dust Bowl (Clarke & Shank)

A better title for this column might have been "head for the hills." Read More…

Md. greenhouse gas reduction plan released (Julia Rentsch)

MD plan for the reduction of greenhouse gases leaves a lot to be desired according to environmentalists. It also apparently fails to address some key economic issues, such as the effects on electric power costs. Read More…

Congress is taking action on prescription drug prices (Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester)

Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) touts bills on healthcare, claims House Democrats can simultaneously pursue an impeachment inquiry and policy goals. Read More…

Offshore wind company eyes park (Maddy Lauria)

No reason Delaware shouldn't take this money from an offshore wind company, provided there is no follow-on that would stick Delawareans with the excess cost of using electric power from a high-cost source. Read More…

Delaware should stand once more for educational equality (Robert Hayman & Leland Ware)

Here's the third essay in a series about the Constitution and Education. Read More…

Many state courts tackle inequality in education (Michael Rebell)

Here's the second essay in a series about the Constitution and Education. Read More…

Is quality public education guaranteed by Constitution? (Alan Garfield)

For 14 years, News Journal and Widener University Delaware Law School have teamed up to celebrate Constitution Day. This year's theme is the Constitution and Education. Read More…

Recognizing future cost of fossil fuel wealth

Mainstream media continue to mindlessly parrot the manmade global warming mantra. Read More…

How much foreign policy damage can Trump do? (Ted Kaufman)


This is a hit piece, not an objective analysis. Whatever happened to the saying about politics ending at the water's edge? Read More…

Congress can put end to Americans suffering due to soaring drug prices (Lucretia Young)

AARP is pushing for prescription drug price controls, not just nationally but also in Delaware. Read More…
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