Don’t Do the People’s Business: Mind Your Own

By Edward L. Hudgins. January 28, 1999.

President Clinton’s Very Bad Idea

By Michael D. Tanner. January 27, 1999.

Trust fund mistrust … and surplus trepidation

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. January 27, 1999.

Bury Yesterday’s Bad Fish

By William A. Niskanen. November 19, 1998.

No, Bill Clinton Didn’t Balance the Budget

By Stephen Moore. October 8, 1998.

Save the Line Item Veto

By Stephen Moore. August 6, 1998.

Litmus Test for Corporate Pork

By Stephen Moore. August 4, 1998.

Still Paying For Government

By Doug Bandow. Investor’s Business Daily. May 12, 1998.

The Spend and Spend Congress

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. May 8, 1998.

What to Do with the Emerging Budget Surplus

By Edward H. Crane. Washington Times. April 16, 1998.

Line-Item Veto: “One of the Taxpayers’ Best Friends”

By Stephen Moore. March 12, 1998.

Are Budget Deficits Good?

By Doug Bandow. March 4, 1998.

Republicans Are Forgetting the Middle Class

By Stephen Moore. March 2, 1998.

Clinton’s Budget: Return To Spender

By Stephen Moore. Investor’s Business Daily. February 4, 1998.

Making Better Use of the Budget Surplus

By Edward H. Crane. January 28, 1998.

GOP Budget Busters

By Stephen Moore. January 20, 1998.

An Open Letter to Appropriations Committee Chairman Bob Livingston

By Stephen Moore. January 5, 1998.

Put Health Decisions Back Where They Belong

By Sue A. Blevins. January 2, 1998.

Cuts of Pork

By Stephen Moore. National Review. December 18, 1997.

Immortality in Washington

By Stephen Moore. November 27, 1997.

Congress Learns to Spend Again

By Timothy J. Penny and Stephen Moore. Los Angeles Times. November 10, 1997.

GOP Joins Democrats In Budget Shell Game

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. October 22, 1997.

Do We Really Need a Surgeon General?

By Michael D. Tanner. October 7, 1997.

Where’s My Tax Cut?

By Dean Stansel. September 29, 1997.

Special Interest Delivery System

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. August 28, 1997.