It was Burke, wasn't it, who first said, "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"?
by Randy Salzman | May 25, 2005
It's insane to think that building new vehicles to replace ones that still have working life is environmentally friendly.
by Randy Salzman | Dec 16, 2009
The wonderful communications and educational tools based around the Internet so narrow our focus that we can discount, and often never hear, the very ideas and opinions that might expand our intelligence.
by Randy Salzman | Feb 18, 2009
by Randy Salzman | Mar 7, 2007
It seems that only first generation immigrants today enter the nation's public schools with the hunger for knowledge that once defined our system.
by Randy Salzman | Nov 4, 2009
by Randy Salzman | Dec 15, 2015
Some 30 years of Canadian tourists enjoying new mom-and-pop restaurants have prepared no one in Cuba for the coming clash of political, religious and social cultures.
by Randy Salzman | Jan 27, 2015
Opinion: "We’ve let private companies get away with the claim that efficiency will lead to cheaper and better highways when what it often leads to is massive taxpayer debt."
by Randy Salzman | Nov 11, 2014
The Charlottesville Bypass, from just about every angle, is an extraordinary waste of taxpayer funds at a time when the state has no money for road construction.
by Randy Salzman | Feb 26, 2013
"Even before realizing that businesses often fail to create the jobs they’ve promised, it’s becoming increasingly clear that growth rarely, if ever, pays for itself."
by Randy Salzman | Jan 8, 2013
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