Stem the flooding (Thomen)

Southbridge flooding exposure increased by building up land in the former Seventh Street flood plain between the Christiana and the Brandywine. Read More...

Clean energy, not so much (Inskip)

Not only is wind power expensive and unreliable, but it also results in uglier landscapes and degraded wildlife habitat. Read More...

Not all that hot (Whipple)

A government-led war on global warming is not likely to save consumers money.



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No oversight, no accountability (Wells)

FOIA request ignored by Auditors of Accounts until a letter was sent to Department of Justice and even then not really answered; no wonder Delaware came in 48th in a state survey of accountability and transparency.
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Delaware stop going through the motions (Whipple)

There must be a way to take a real look at state spending, but appointing a committee with a 4-month deadline isn't it. Read More...

A dubious legacy (Thomen)

The administration's record over the past 7 years leaves much room for improvement; let's demand better from presidential candidates in 2016. Read More...

Can your candidate keep up in fast changing world? (Whipple)

Herewith some suggestions on how to evaluate presidential candidates, including their ideas about fiscal policy. Read More...

The missing piece in climate change (Kenton)

Suggestion to C-Span: Why not cover a real debate about the manmade global warming theory, not phony discussions like this one? Read More...

Tea party folks have a serious purpose (Whipple)

The tea party is not responsible for the campaign excesses of Donald Trump. Read More...

Still spending other people's money (Thomen)

Standardized entitlement programs run by a remote central government breed dependency, not prosperity. When will America relearn this truth?

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DuPont wins heated proxy fight (Whipple)

Despite fears to the contrary, the debate was healthy and the outcome constructive. Read More...

Claims on warming not reliable (Inskip)

Let's not act rashly based on the manmade global warming theory; the available information falls far short of supporting it. Read More...

Same-day registration will bring cheats (Martin)

"Same day" registration (SB 111) would offer little benefit in Delaware, where voting registration procedures are simple and convenient. It could, however, result in more voter fraud, longer lines at polling places, and more uninformed votes being cast.

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No more campaigns based on life stories (Whipple)

As shown by coverage of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the media tends to focus on political fluff vs. policy proposals. Read More...

Start real reform to end poverty (Thomen)

Current problems in Baltimore and elsewhere have been brewing for decades.
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Long-term can mean shirking duties (Whipple)

Short-term thinking can be bad, but the real problem is misguided thinking.
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More alarmist talk about carbon dangers (Inskip)

UD professor's claims about the dangers of carbon emissions are vague and lack credibility. Read More...

No more excuses for our schools (Thomen)

Political fixes won't suffice to remedy what's wrong with Delaware's public school system. Read More...

Darwin gets his day in Delaware (Whipple)

It's fine to celebrate the scientific achievements of Charles Darwin, but should the government provide its imprimatur? Read More...

Climate science smear campaign (Greer)

Lacking evidence to support the manmade global warming theory, proponents are attacking scientists who question it.

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Constitutional convention premature (Whipple)

SAFE does not support an Article V convention right now, but a case could be made for abolishing the filibuster. Read More...

Senior says no to "tax and spend" (Kenton)

If seniors receive “tax breaks,” they should be means tested. Read More...

Government-run economies disastrous (Thomen)

For those who may have wondered about the slow recovery from the so-called Great Recession, here’s an explanation. Read More...

Robinson misreads reality (Whipple)

Re whether congressional Republicans will work with the president, the question should be seen as cutting both ways. Read More...
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