Balancing Family and Freedom

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. January 25, 2000.

Cancel Snail Mail?

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. January 18, 2000.

Punishing the Sick

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. January 18, 2000.

Feminism and the Limits of Federal Power

By Roger Pilon. Cato.org. January 17, 2000.

Hot Air for the Millennium

By Patrick J. Michaels. Washington Times. January 17, 2000.

Will the Real Giant Please Stand Up?

By Solveig Singleton. Philadelphia Inquirer. January 16, 2000.

Is Social Security on Solid Ground?

By Andrew G. Biggs. Columbus Dispatch. January 15, 2000.

Where’s Bradley’s Social Security Plan

By Andrew G. Biggs. Cato.org. January 15, 2000.

The Beauty of a Parallel Currency

By Steve H. Hanke. Cato.org. January 14, 2000.

Freedom’s Assets

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. January 14, 2000.

Economic Freedom of the World

By Robert A. Lawson and James D. Gwartney. Cato.org. January 12, 2000.

Clinton’s Internet Assault is Bad Medicine

By Edward L. Hudgins. Cato.org. January 11, 2000.

The Facts about Gun Shows

By David B. Kopel. Cato.org. January 10, 2000.

Iowa: The Graveyard of the GOP

By Jerry Taylor. Cato.org. January 8, 2000.

America’s Overprotective Sexual Harassment Law

By Joan Kennedy Taylor. Cato.org. January 7, 2000.

Risking War for Taiwan?

By Doug Bandow and Ted Galen Carpenter. Cato.org. January 6, 2000.

Anti-Microsoft Conservatives: They Just Don’t Get It

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. January 5, 2000.

A Poor Excuse for Internet Taxes

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. January 4, 2000.

Electronic Pearl Harbor? More Hype Than Threat

By David Isenberg. Cato.org. January 3, 2000.

WTO Critics Trade Away Truth for a Sound Bite

By Daniel Griswold. Cato.org. January 2, 2000.

Judge vs. Jury

By Tim Lynch. California Lawyer. January 1, 2000.

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