Democrat politics are stagnating Delaware (Whipple)

For better results, Delaware political leaders should rethink their view of government action - funded with taxpayer dollars and/or mandated costs - as the solution to all problems. Read More...

Judges can't "fix" education (Whipple)

If extra funding is to be provided for "disadvantaged" schools in Delaware, the decisions should be made by elected officials vs. judicial fiat. Read More...

Delaware's prospects aren't so rosy (Whipple)

If DE government spending is boosted faster than economic growth and some future obligations aren't being funded, periodic tax increases will be inevitable. Read More...

Funding Delaware schools (Whipple)

Our suggestions: (1) Property tax reassessment is in order, but insist that it be overall tax neutral. (2) Make existing funding for the school system go further by pruning top-heavy administrative expense. (3) Look to the General Assembly rather than the courts to assess the adequacy of the funding provided for low-income schools. Read More...

Storms are a concern, not rising sea levels (Greer)

Not only are sea level rise concerns wildly exaggerated (as was also pointed out in a 6/29/19 letter to the News Journal), but the IPCC computer models erroneously assume that "human CO2" (5%) resides in the atmosphere far longer than "natural CO2" (95%). Read More...

Storms, not sea level rise, the real problem (Greer)

A recent article on sea level rise exaggerated the threat considerably. Coastal flooding is primarily a function of storms, and the proposal to tax and sue the oil companies, etc. would result in a big financial burden for the general public. Read More...
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