On Inflation, Ignore Chairman Greenspan and Heed Captain Kirk

By Deroy Murdock. Cato.org. February 29, 2000.

Who Really Wants to Be a Millionaire?

By James N. Markels and Stephen Slivinski. Cato.org. February 28, 2000.

Irrational Exuberance Won’t Save Social Security

By Andrew G. Biggs. Cato.org. February 24, 2000.

EPA Funds Anti-Sprawl Politics with Tax Dollars

By Randal O’Toole. Houston Chronicle. February 23, 2000.

Business Sells Out on Internet Taxes

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. February 22, 2000.

Population Bomb Behind Bars

By Tim Lynch. Cato.org. February 20, 2000.

Belfast in the Balkans

By Gary Dempsey. Cato.org. February 18, 2000.

The Power of Shame

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. February 14, 2000.

They’re Back: The Rehnquist Court is returning to constitutional principles that the New Deal Court had simply pushed aside.

By Roger Pilon. Legal Times. February 14, 2000.

A Nation of Weather Weenies?

By Patrick J. Michaels. Washington Times. February 13, 2000.

Safeguarding Internet Tax Fairness

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. February 12, 2000.

Do GOP Voters Have a Choice When It Comes to Taxes?

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. February 11, 2000.

“Crisis” and Response: Is a Larger Federal Role in Combating Computer Crime Warranted?

By Ivan Eland. Bridge News. February 11, 2000.

Microsoft: In Search of the Perfect Remedy

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. February 10, 2000.

A Presidential Scorecard on Trade

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. February 9, 2000.

Time for “Constructive Disengagement” from the Middle East

By Leon T. Hadar. Cato.org. February 7, 2000.

Clinton and Gore Reinvent Big Government

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. February 7, 2000.

Two Opposing Libertarian Arguments in the Custody Case of Elian Gonzalez

By Tom G. Palmer and Derrick A. Max. Cato.org. February 5, 2000.

On the Political State of the Union

By William A. Niskanen. Cato.org. February 3, 2000.

Who Should Pay for Peace?

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. February 2, 2000.

It’s the Reagan Economy, Stupid

By Lawrence Kudlow and Stephen Moore. Washington Times. February 1, 2000.