2011 Q1 FRO Media Output

 Posted by on 15 April 2011 at 7:00 am  Activism, Front Range Objectivism
Apr 152011
 

For the first quarter of 2011, Front Range Objectivism (FRO) members continued their activism and publishing.

In particular, FRO members published the following at the regional and national level:

Articles: 1
OpEds: 16
LTEs: 8

Some of the topics covered include energy, abortion rights, gun rights, health care, and public sector unions.

Much of this writing was done by people working in their spare time, in addition to their day jobs.

This list does not include citations and interviews in local and national media, letters to elected officials, postings to Facebook and Twitter, and blogging.

I’d like to thank my fellow FRO activists for their hard work during these past three months. If I have inadvertently omitted someone’s piece, please let me know so I can update this tally.

The detailed list of our Q1 2011 published output includes the following:

Articles: 1

Paul Hsieh, “Health Care and the Separation of Charity and State”, The Objective Standard, Spring 2011.

OpEds: 16

Paul Hsieh, “Will the GOP Walk the Walk on the Constitution?”, PajamasMedia, 1/4/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “Best Health Care Political Pull Can Buy”, Washington Times, 1/6/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “A Defense of High-Frequency Trading”, RealClearMarkets, 1/7/2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Resolve to expand, use and produce”, Grand Junction Free Press, 1/7/2011.

Ari Armstrong, “Ritter’s “New Energy Economy” Based on Old Fallacies”, Independence Institute, 1/11/2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “‘Citizens’ Budget’ points toward a wiser, more frugal government”, Grand Junction Free Press, 1/21/2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “How About School Choice For Everyone?”, Grand Junction Free Press, 2/4/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “America’s Other Drug Problem”, PajamasMedia, 2/5/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “What Kind of Health Care Competition Do We Want?”, Liberty Ink Journal, February 2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “GJ Could Use Some ‘Common Sense Economics’”, Grand Junction Free Press, 2/18/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “The Wisconsin Protests and the New Medical Ethics”, PajamasMedia, 2/21/2011.

Brian Schwartz, “How to Insure Americans with Pre-Existing Conditions”, PajamasMedia, 2/24/2011.

Ari Armstrong, “Law should protect wanted fetuses while allowing abortions”, Denver Daily News, 3/1/2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Guarantee to unions the same rights the rest of us have”, Grand Junction Free Press, 3/4/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “Socialized Medicine: Theory Versus Practice “, Liberty Ink Journal, March 2011.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Stripper welfare illustrates why charity should be voluntary”, Grand Junction Free Press, 3/18/2011.

LTEs: 8

Brian Schwartz, “How to Keep New Years Resolutions”, Boulder Daily Camera, 1/1/2011.

Brian Schwartz, “Colorado Medicaid reform: federal matching funds promote waste”, Boulder Daily Camera, 1/15/2011.

Santiago Valenzuela, “Gun-clip capacity and the availability of firearms”, Denver Post, 1/28/2011.

Brian Schwartz, “Education needs freedom, not phony ‘investments’”, Boulder Daily Camera, 1/29/2011.

Brian Schwartz, “Public-sector unions: Two wolves & a sheep vote on what’s for lunch”, Boulder Daily Camera, 2/26/2011.

Paul Hsieh, “Questioning the savings under health reform”, Denver Post, 3/3/2011.

Justin Blackman, “Are regulators lax about hydraulic fracturing?”, Denver Post, 3/11/2011.

Brian Schwartz, “Repeal the federal gas tax, regardless of oil prices”, Boulder Daily Camera, 3/17/2011.

   
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