First Amendment on Sinclair’s Side

By John Samples. Fox News (Online). October 16, 2004.

Distributing Free Speech

By Alan Reynolds. Cato.org. September 11, 2004.

Hostile Work Environment at “Friends”?

By David E. Bernstein. Cato.org. August 13, 2004.

Supreme Court’s Porn Ruling Could Work Elsewhere

By Radley Balko. Cato.org. July 9, 2004.

Leave Telecommunications to the Marketplace

By Doug Bandow. Cato.org. July 5, 2004.

The Neo-cons’ Manufactured Case for War

By Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke. Cato.org. June 28, 2004.

On Drawing Lines in Copyright Law

By Adam D. Thierer. Cato.org. June 17, 2004.

Should The Sopranos Be Censored?

By Adam D. Thierer. Cato.org. June 4, 2004.

What Is Evidence?

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. May 22, 2004.

Freedom to Choose Google’s “Gmail”

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Cato.org. May 1, 2004.

Google’s Email: It’s Your Choice

By Timothy B. Lee. Cato.org. April 26, 2004.

College Update

By Walter E. Williams. Washington Times. April 21, 2004.

A Welfare State for Aggrieved Market Losers

By Robert A. Levy. Financial Times. March 24, 2004.

Titillating TV and Creeping Censorship

By Adam D. Thierer. Cato.org. March 23, 2004.

Cooperate — Or Else!

By Tim Lynch. Cato.org. March 22, 2004.

California Court Ignores Separation of Church and State

By David E. Bernstein. National Review (Online). March 3, 2004.

A Free Market Solution to Spam

By Shyam Sunder. Cato.org. February 27, 2004.

Why Prohibitions on Internet Gambling Won’t Work

By Koleman Strumpf. Fox News (Online). February 11, 2004.

Online Gambling Ban Doomed to Fail

By Koleman Strumpf. Fox News (Online). February 10, 2004.

Keeping Racism Alive

By David E. Bernstein. Cato.org. February 10, 2004.

What’s Next for Campaign Finance?

By John Samples. Cato.org. February 6, 2004.

All Politics Is Local

By Radley Balko. Cato.org. January 14, 2004.

Markets and Monopolies

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. January 9, 2004.

Drug Warriors Try to Censor their Opponents

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Cato.org. January 9, 2004.

Everybody Wants to Rule the Web

By Adam D. Thierer and Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Cato.org. December 17, 2003.