Settlements Pose Fundamental Threat to Democracy in Israel

By Doug Bandow. Cato.org. December 19, 2003.

Healthy Living Through Coercion

By Gene Healy. Washington Times. December 11, 2003.

Liberal Academics Get What They Ask For

By David E. Bernstein. Cato.org. December 9, 2003.

Liquor and Beer Ads Are Not the Problem

By Robert A. Levy. Chicago Tribune. December 8, 2003.

Thank You for Not Drinking … In the Bar

By Radley Balko. Chicago Sun-Times. December 5, 2003.

A Politician’s Public Service

By Walter E. Williams. Cato.org. November 28, 2003.

When Uncle Sam Owns the Land

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. November 6, 2003.

The Selective “Right to Choose”

By David Boaz. Cato.org. November 5, 2003.

Eco-radicals Twist Tax Law to Feed Habits

By Doug Bandow. Japan Times. October 12, 2003.

Europe’s Dabbling Hands in U.S. Business Affairs

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. August 17, 2003.

How NOW on Implants?

By Steven J. Milloy. Washington Times. July 30, 2003.

Battle of the Ban

By Robert A. Levy and Gene Healy. Cato.org. July 21, 2003.

Variety Spices Pay Plans

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. July 20, 2003.

Regulations that Inhibit Hiring

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. July 18, 2003.

County Goes Too Far Again

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. July 10, 2003.

Voting Drill on Stock Options

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. July 8, 2003.

Protecting Privacy in the Database Nation

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Detroit News. June 22, 2003.

Shooting the Economic Wounded

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. May 7, 2003.

What Are They Smoking at the Justice Department?

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. April 17, 2003.

Union Tactics Cost Jobs

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. March 13, 2003.

The Paper Chase

By Tim Lynch. Forbes. January 20, 2003.

Interest Group Battles

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. October 11, 2002.

Picking on Perks

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. September 22, 2002.

Fat City for Trial Lawyers

By Robert A. Levy. Cato.org. August 28, 2002.

Free Radical; Libertarian — and Contrarian — Ed Crane Has Run the Cato Institute for 25 Years. His Way.

By Richard Morin. Washington Post. May 9, 2002.