Medicaid Encourages Dependency

By Michael F. Cannon. York Dispatch. June 7, 2004.

Repeal Medicare Drug Entitlement

By Michael F. Cannon. Wichita Eagle. June 1, 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.

Medicare Math

By Jagadeesh Gokhale. The Wall Street Journal. April 15, 2004.

Let Seniors Get Off the Sinking Medicare Ship

By Sue A. Blevins. April 7, 2004.

Gaping entitlement imbalance

By Jagadeesh Gokhale and Kent Smetters. Washington Times. March 28, 2004.

An Unhealthy Tradition

By Michael F. Cannon. National Review (Online). March 26, 2004.

What’s Wrong With Buying Votes?

By John Samples. December 31, 2003.

Medicare Expansion and the Mirage of Fiscal Responsibility

By Doug Bandow. December 4, 2003.

Medicare Trick or Treat

By Sue A. Blevins. October 30, 2003.

How to Balance a $43 Checkbook

By Jagadeesh Gokhale and Kent Smetters. The Wall Street Journal. July 17, 2003.

A Poison Pill for U.S. Health Care?

By Tom Miller. July 15, 2003.

Brand-New Entitlement

By Michael D. Tanner. Philadelphia Inquirer. June 29, 2003.

Medicare Drug Debacle

By Michael D. Tanner. June 27, 2003.

Drugs for the Elderly, Taxes for the Children

By Chris Edwards. National Review (Online). June 24, 2003.

Medicare Malpractice

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. June 22, 2003.

A Benefit That Is Bad for America’s Health

By Jagadeesh Gokhale. Financial Times. June 20, 2003.

Debate: Medicare reform is market-based in name only

By Tom Miller. June 18, 2003.

Constitutional Malpractice

By Robert A. Levy. American Prowler. April 22, 2003.

Universal Health Care Won’t Work — Witness Medicare

By Sue A. Blevins. April 11, 2003.

Quick Fixes Are Toxins

By Tom Miller. World & I. March 12, 2003.

Unlikely Medicare Remedies

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. March 9, 2003.

The Medigap Gap

By Alan Reynolds. Creators Syndicate. March 6, 2003.