Where Term Limits Lead To Tax Cuts

By Michael J. New. Cato.org. August 17, 2001.

Plenty of Budget Room

By Chris Edwards. USA Today. August 7, 2001.

The Tax Cut: Not as Big as Advertised

By Chris Edwards. Investor’s Business Daily. July 2, 2001.

A Large Tax Cut? It’s Actually Small, As Bracket Creep Eats Into Salaries

By Chris Edwards. Investor’s Business Daily. July 2, 2001.

Tax Cut 2001: A Little Bang for a lot of Buck

By Alan Reynolds. The Wall Street Journal. May 30, 2001.

Cut Tax Rates, Cut Government Waste

By Chris Edwards. Cato.org. May 24, 2001.

Cut Taxes, But Simplify Them Too

By Chris Edwards. Cato.org. May 17, 2001.

Two Tales Tell Why We Need a Tax Cut

By John Samples. Cato.org. May 16, 2001.

Who’s Cheating Whom?

By Doug Bandow. Cato.org. May 6, 2001.

Congress Plays Jeopardy with the Net’s Next Tax Battle

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

Imagine There’s No Income Tax

By Stephen Slivinski. Cato.org. April 14, 2001.

The “Gore Tax” Finds a Friend: George W. Bush

By Adam D. Thierer. National Review (Online). April 9, 2001.

Bush’s Tiny Tax Cut

By David Boaz. Cato.org. April 3, 2001.

Anti-Tax-Cut Nuttery

By Stephen Moore. National Review (Online). March 8, 2001.

One Bad and Eight Good Reasons to Cut Taxes

By David Boaz. Cato.org. February 28, 2001.

Tax Cuts for Taxpayers

By Doug Bandow. Cato.org. February 27, 2001.

Repeal the Grave Robber Tax

By Stephen Moore. Cato.org. February 22, 2001.

Tax Cuts, Round One

By Stephen Slivinski. Cato.org. February 7, 2001.

The Road to War

By Charles V. Peña. OpenDemocracy.net. January 30, 2001.

Keep the Car Tax Promise

By Stephen Moore. Cato.org. November 28, 2000.

That Evil One Percent

By Stephen Moore. National Review (Online). October 18, 2000.

Al Gore’s Risky Budget Policies

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. September 8, 2000.

No Taxation Without Justification

By Deroy Murdock. Cato.org. June 27, 2000.

Just When You Thought Tax Season Was Over

By Solveig Singleton. Cato.org. May 9, 2000.

Distortions That Don’t Ease the Agony

By Stephen Moore. Washington Times. April 17, 2000.