The State of the World: Doom or Boom?

Cato.org. January 26, 1999.

Global Warming: The Scorecard Thus Far

Cato.org. December 3, 1998.

Oil Is No Reason to Stay in the Persian Gulf

Cato.org. August 27, 1998.

Lights Out on Electric Restructuring?

San Francisco Chronicle. June 25, 1998.

Hot Air in Kyoto

Cato.org. December 8, 1997.

Kyoto Oracle’s Faithful Herd

Washington Times. December 5, 1997.

Food Fight? Actually, Regulation is the Problem

Cato.org. September 21, 1997.

The Heated Rhetoric of Global Warming

Cato.org. September 15, 1997.

Climate, Technology and Trepidation: Misleading Rhetoric

Washington Times. August 29, 1997.

Government by Fiat: The Presidency Running Riot

Cato.org. July 22, 1997.

Minimum Content: Minimum Sense

Cato.org. April 25, 1997.

Just Say No To “Managed Competition”

Cato.org. April 2, 1997.

FDA Actions Threaten Civil Liberties

USA Today. February 14, 1997.

High-Voltage Swindle: Why Electricty Restructuring Could Electrocute Ratepayers

Cato.org. February 6, 1997.

High-Voltage Swindle: Why Electricty Restructuring Could Electrocute Ratepayers

Cato.org. February 6, 1997.

A Freer Market for Electricity Would Lower Energy Costs, Half Measures Fall Short

Cato.org. February 2, 1997.

Deregulation or Managed Competition?

Cato.org. January 15, 1997.

The Green Emperor Has No Clothes

Washington Times. December 24, 1996.

The Pickpocket State vs. Tobacco

Cato.org. September 30, 1996.

Clinton’s Tobacco War: How High the Constitutional Price?

Cato.org. August 30, 1996.

GOP has a New Newt

Cleveland Plain Dealer. May 24, 1994.

Pesticide Danger? The Kids Are All Right

The Wall Street Journal. July 19, 1993.

Bush’s Task: Turn Out Lights On Energy Bill

The Wall Street Journal. October 22, 1992.

Beware of Eco-Treaties

USA Today. May 29, 1992.

Species Law is Useless

USA Today. May 14, 1992.