Congress Must Cure the Problem of Surprise Medical Billing 08/13/2019 Debbie Moehnke's heart attack took her by surprise. It happened in March 2018, while she and her husband were waiting for treatment at a Vancouver, ... Read More America Ricks Losing to China On Cryptocurrencies 06/18/2019 Everybody's looking at China. The roller coaster trade negotiations conducted over recent weeks - coupled with mounting concerns over emerging technologies - have underscored the ... Read More Thinking About the Cost of Defending America 06/04/2019 War is an obscenity. Even when necessary, it is a waste of lives, of property and sometimes the principles of human decency far too many ... Read More Satellite TV No Long Needs the Government’s Protection 05/22/2019 To you and me, the meaning of the word "temporary" is generally clear. It means something short-lived that we expect to go away sooner rather ... Read More Is SpaceX’s Reputation Going Up In Smoke? 04/26/2019 It's not entirely clear what went wrong with Musk's rocket company SpaceX's recent test of its Crew Dragon launch vehicle, but something did. The smoke ... Read More March Madness: Congress Threatens the NCAA 04/03/2019 If this year's NCAA college basketball tournament brings you any pleasure at all, savor it. It may be the last of its kind, ever. Washington ... Read More Trade With China, But With Caution 03/01/2019 As it should be, China is very much at the center of the national conversation. Over one billion people live there. They constitute the largest ... Read More Trade With China, But With Caution 02/28/2019 As it should be, China is very much at the center of the national conversation. Over one billion people live there. They constitute the largest ... Read More No More Corporate Bailouts 01/17/2019 Nobody has yet figured out the opportunity costs associated with keeping failing companies afloat. There are plenty of politicians who shortsightedly call for an infusion ... Read More Don’t Let the Nannystate Quash Vaping 12/12/2018 There was a time when vaping - the practice of using a small, electronic device to inhale vapor - was thought to be the public ... Read More Archives Peter Roff Peter Roff is a senior fellow at Frontiers of Freedom and a former U.S. News and World Report contributing editor who appears regularly as a commentator on the One America News network. Daily Newsletter Sign up for FREE! Get Cartoons Daily! Sign up for our free daily newsletter by entering your email and clicking on subscribe. Subscribe 3 of 41234 Close this module GET OUR FREE DAILY CARTOON EMAIL NEWSLETTER!All the best our sites have to offer – free in your email box! No hassle! No obligation! So cool! Just sign up!First NameJohnLast NameSmithYour emailj[email protected]SubmitNever see this message again.