Many tell us what to think. I ask my readers to be skeptical. Question me and others.


What did I learn from the world’s best editor?

Superb editorial work is crucial to the success of any publication. Very few authors have the skills, discipline, and...

Jun 10, 2021

The New York Times’ dance around the truth

In his column published in April this year in The New York Times, Thomas Friedman claims that “We Need...

Jun 7, 2021

Fixing American problems could be easy

Both Democrats and Republicans claim that the other side does not have the right program. Both of them might...

Nov 20, 2020

Science and money in the climate change debate

People advocating for grandiose government programs for unrelated ideological reasons exaggerate the risk of severe harm from climate change...

A wrong way about Huawei

The WSJ does not ask the most obvious question: What is wrong with the United States that it cannot...

Jan 15, 2020

The future will be bright … for others

I have followed the writings of Shelly Palmer for several years. He knows everything about what is happening with...

Jun 16, 2017

It is editors’ fault

Why is it so hard to reach any reasonable consensus on immigration? In 2006, we failed to reform our...

Aug 21, 2013

Chatter promptly delivered

An open letter to Mr. Lex Fenwick, Publisher of The Wall Street Journal Dear Mr. Fenwick, In the July...

Aug 12, 2013

Conversation of a deaf with a mute one – this is the Wall Street Journal style immigration debate

Several prominent Republicans decided to advocate for changing the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, so that children born in...

Aug 8, 2010

Alienation of the nation and Peggy Noonan in particular

In her column, “The Big Alienation” Peggy Noonan is trying to convince us that the nation is alienated from...

May 10, 2010