Congress Plays Jeopardy with the Net’s Next Tax Battle

By Adam D. Thierer and Aaron Lukas. April 24, 2001.

A Dot-Comical Tax Debate

By Aaron Lukas. USA Today. March 3, 2001.

Ban Cell Phones In Cars?

By Robert Hahn, Paul Tetlock, and Jason Burnett. December 29, 2000.

The Internet Star Chamber

By Lucas Mast. December 5, 2000.

Is America Losing Its High-Tech Edge

By Aaron Lukas. October 23, 2000.

The VAT-Man Cometh?

By Aaron Lukas. August 21, 2000.

Wither Dealerships?

By Solveig Singleton. August 2, 2000.

Online-Gambling Foes Lose a Hand

By Tom W. Bell. July 22, 2000.

Digital Divide? What Digital Divide?

By Deroy Murdock. June 16, 2000.

Microsoft, Decision Two

By Robert A. Levy. April 6, 2000.

Ban Internet Taxes

By Doug Bandow. March 31, 2000.

Safeguarding Internet Tax Fairness

By Aaron Lukas. February 12, 2000.

Clinton’s Internet Assault is Bad Medicine

By Edward L. Hudgins. January 11, 2000.

A Poor Excuse for Internet Taxes

By Aaron Lukas. January 4, 2000.

Electronic Pearl Harbor? More Hype Than Threat

By David Isenberg. January 3, 2000.

How Privacy Regulation Will Chill Commerce

By Solveig Singleton. December 13, 1999.

No New Taxes … or Same Old Story?

By Aaron Lukas. October 7, 1999.

U.S. v. Microsoft: Time for a Reality Check

By Robert A. Levy. September 11, 1999.

Place Your Bets, America

By Guy Calvert. July 9, 1999.

An Internet Tax Nightmare

By Aaron Lukas. Washington Times. July 2, 1999.

The Internet Needs an Independence Day

By Solveig Singleton. Journal of Commerce. June 2, 1999.

The Urge to Regulate the Internet Strikes Again

By Tom W. Bell. May 4, 1999.

Ohio Doesn’t Need to Tax the Net

By Aaron Lukas. April 1, 1999.

Should Internet Sales Be Taxed?

By Aaron Lukas. March 12, 1999.

Gambler’s Web: Online Betting Can’t Be Stopped — and Why Washington Shouldn’t Bother Trying

By Tom W. Bell. Reason. October 1, 1998.