First, Let’s Inoculate With the Facts

By Sigrid Fry-Revere. Houston Chronicle. March 17, 2007.

You Say You Want VA-Style Health Care?

By Michael D. Tanner. OCRegister.com. March 16, 2007.

It’s Not Luck

By Chris Edwards. National Review (Online). March 16, 2007.

Bring Back Clinton

By Daniel J. Mitchell. DC Examiner. March 15, 2007.

Monkeys, Elephants and Statesmen

By William G. Shipman. Washington Times. March 14, 2007.

Spinned Surge

By Justin Logan. American Prospect (Online). March 13, 2007.

Individual Ruling: D.C. Gun Ban Goes Down

By Robert A. Levy. National Review. March 13, 2007.

Don’t Raise Gas Tax Without Reforms

By Thomas A. Firey. The Baltimore Sun. March 13, 2007.

A Better Way to Give Dental Care to the Poor

By Michael F. Cannon. Baltimore Examiner. March 13, 2007.

Paulson’s Stride Through Asia

By Leon T. Hadar. National Interest. March 12, 2007.

Big Win for 2nd Amendment

By Tim Lynch. Human Events. March 12, 2007.

Saving Dentistry From the Jaws of Defeat

By Michael F. Cannon. American.com. March 12, 2007.

A Victory for Self-Defense

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. March 12, 2007.

Friedman’s Road Maps

By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. March 12, 2007.

What’s Hot, and What’s Not

By Patrick J. Michaels. San Diego Union-Tribune (Online). March 11, 2007.

‘Backdating’ Bunkum

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. March 11, 2007.

Collins and Chertoff Fight to Save the National ID

By Jim Harper. Cato.org. March 9, 2007.

Getting it Right on Immigration

By Daniel Griswold. OCRegister.com. March 7, 2007.

China’s Defense Budget Fiction

By Ted Galen Carpenter. South China Morning Post. March 7, 2007.

Stock Shock

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. March 4, 2007.

The Military We Need

By Ben Cohen and Christopher A. Preble. Chicago Sun-Times. March 3, 2007.

On Democracy

By Steve H. Hanke. Globe Asia. March 1, 2007.

War with Iran Is Not the Answer

By Justin Logan. USA TODAY (MAGAZINE). March 1, 2007.

A Puny Step Forward

By Neal McCluskey. American Spectator. March 1, 2007.

It’s Congress’ Duty to Ask Tough Questions on Iraq

By Lawrence J. Korb and Christopher A. Preble. Austin American Statesman. March 1, 2007.