Editorials: Norman Rogers

The Corruption of Science

Eisenhower in his farewell addresswarned that a “scientific-technological elite” dependent on government money would exert undue influence

The Solar Swindle

Solar electricity is growing, promoted, and most importantly, heavily subsidized.  The promoters of solar electricity claim that it is close to being competitive with conventional sources

Climate Realism and Socialist Realism

Louis Fischer, born in 1896 in Philadelphia, was a journalist who became a supporter and believer in the Soviet Union and world communism. He lived in Moscow for many years.

Global Warming as Faith

Global warming is a scientific theory, but is mostly about faith. Faith plays a bigger role in science than we care to admit.

The Post Office is Sitting on a Gold Mine

The United States Postal Service is operating according to a paradigm set up 100 years ago.  In spite of protected monopolies and immunity from paying taxes or even parking tickets, the USPS i

Is Roy Spencer the World's Most Important Scientist?

Roy Spencer is a climate scientist at  the University of Alabama Huntsville who may be the world's most important  scientist.   He has

How to Destroy Science: Cast Self-Interest as Public Interest

Bruce Alberts is the editor of Science magazine, though it's not exactly clear what the 75-year-old Alberts actually does there.