Medicaid Is Behind the Decline in Private Health Coverage

By Michael F. Cannon. Union Leader. September 19, 2005.

A Response to Jonathan Cohn: Healthy Choice

By Michael F. Cannon. New Republic (Online). August 23, 2005.

AHP: Big Government in Three Easy Letters

By Michael F. Cannon. July 26, 2005.

Health Riskers Ought to Pay

By Radley Balko. Atlanta Journal-Constitution. May 16, 2005.

Secession is a Hollywood Fantasy

By Patrick Basham and Niels Veldhuis. November 29, 2004.

Four Years For What?

By Alan Reynolds. Creators Syndicate. November 4, 2004.

Trimming Waistlines by Trimming Government

By Michael F. Cannon and Radley Balko. October 27, 2004.

Economics 101

By Walter E. Williams. August 18, 2004.

Free Health Care?

By Walter E. Williams. July 24, 2004.

Obesity and “Public Health”?

By David Boaz. July 20, 2004.

Obesity and Medicare

By William A. Niskanen. July 17, 2004.

Healthy CHOICE

By Michael F. Cannon. National Review (Online). June 23, 2004.

The “War” Against Obesity

By Radley Balko. National Post. June 16, 2004.

“Cover the Uninsured Week” — With Honesty

By Michael F. Cannon. May 20, 2004.

Hillary’s Worst Nightmare

By Michael F. Cannon. May 9, 2004.

Kerry Prescribes More Government-Run Health Care

By Michael F. Cannon. April 23, 2004.

Let Seniors Get Off the Sinking Medicare Ship

By Sue A. Blevins. April 7, 2004.

Politicized “Facts”

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. October 5, 2003.

Two Choices for Health Care Reform

By Doug Bandow. June 16, 2003.

Universal Health Care Won’t Work — Witness Medicare

By Sue A. Blevins. April 11, 2003.

Can Medicare Ever Graduate From Reform School?

By Tom Miller. January 28, 2003.

Health Coverage Hysteria

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. October 6, 2002.

They Call It Health Care, But It’s Income Redistribution

By Tom Miller. National Review (Online). January 24, 2002.

An Asymmetric Bias toward Government Regulation

By Veronique de Rugy and Tom Miller. Health Care News. December 20, 2001.

We’re Number 37 in Health Care!

By Julie Chan. July 5, 2000.