How Much Reform Can Taxpayers Afford?

By Chris Edwards. Washington Times. September 11, 2001.

Three Cheers for the Shrinking Surplus

By Michael J. New. September 11, 2001.

Would More Taxes Equal More Savings?

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. September 5, 2001.

Don’t Trust the CBO’s Numbers

By Alan Reynolds. The Wall Street Journal. August 30, 2001.

The Stubborn Seeds of U.S. Farm Subsidies

By Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven. Washington Times. August 23, 2001.

New Budget Surplus Projections Indicate Room for More Tax Cuts

By Chris Edwards. August 22, 2001.

Litigate or Regulate

By Tom Miller. National Review (Online). July 3, 2001.

Fiscal Incontinence

By Stephen Slivinski. New York Post. May 11, 2001.

The Federalist Case Against Faith-Based Initiatives

By Robert A. Levy. February 20, 2001.

Faith-Based Charities on the Federal Dole?

By Michael D. Tanner. January 31, 2001.

A Fiscal Free-For-All In Congress

By Stephen Moore. December 1, 2000.

Who gave us the surplus?

By Richard W. Rahn. November 6, 2000.

Time for Gore to Get Better Economic Advisers?

By William A. Niskanen. September 13, 2000.

More Money for U.S. Land Acquisition? That’s a Bone-headed Move

By Deroy Murdock. National Review. September 11, 2000.

You’ve Got … U.S. Mail?

By Solveig Singleton and Lucas Mast. August 30, 2000.

The Spend-Too-Much Congress

By Stephen Slivinski. July 28, 2000.

An Issue Running on Empty

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. March 19, 2000.

A Summary of the Policy Initiatives Made by President Clinton in the State of the Union Address

By . January 28, 2000.

Budget Bloat Hides Good News About Spending

By Stephen Moore. The Wall Street Journal. November 23, 1999.

Return the Surplus to Those Who Earned It

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. November 8, 1999.

No Reason to Celebrate: AmeriCorps Turns Five

By Derrick A. Max. October 25, 1999.

Four Cheers for Bill Bradley

By Greg Scandlen. October 5, 1999.

The Government Tab

By Peter J. Ferrara. Washington Times. June 22, 1999.

The Grand Old Spending Party

By Stephen Moore and James Carter. March 29, 1999.

Beware Fiscal and Regulatory Drag

By Stephen Moore. February 22, 1999.