Mexico Opts for “So-So” Monetary Independence

By Roberto Salinas-León. January 30, 1998.

No More Wacos: What’s Wrong With Federal Law Enforcement and How To Fix It

By Tim Lynch. The Champion. January 29, 1998.

Do We Still Need HUD?

By Howard Husock. The Baltimore Sun. January 29, 1998.

Making Better Use of the Budget Surplus

By Edward H. Crane. January 28, 1998.

Huge Law Fees from Tobacco Lawsuits?

By Doug Bandow. January 27, 1998.

Time to Privatize NASA

By Edward L. Hudgins. The Baltimore Sun. January 26, 1998.

Are Trade Deficits Really Bad News?

By Daniel Griswold. January 23, 1998.

Show Caution On Cloning Regulation

By Michael Gough. USA Today. January 22, 1998.

Worldwide Social Security Revolution

By Peter J. Ferrara. January 21, 1998.

GOP Budget Busters

By Stephen Moore. January 20, 1998.

Snuff the Facts

By Peter Van Doren. January 16, 1998.

Speeding Towards a Medicare Disaster

By Michael D. Tanner. January 15, 1998.

Does the Federal Government Have a Monopoly on Science?

By Aaron Steelman. January 14, 1998.

Strangling Free Political Speech In Order to Save It?

By Robert A. Levy. Bridge News. January 13, 1998.

Internet Gambling Ban Faces Losing Odds

By Tom W. Bell. January 12, 1998.

Kosovo Tempts the Meddlesome to Incite Another Ethnic War

By Jonathan Clarke. Los Angeles Times. January 9, 1998.

Asian Economic Tremors Finally Register In Japan

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. January 8, 1998.

Mafia Capitalism or Red Legacy?

By Gary Dempsey. January 7, 1998.

Cold War Is Over, So Trim the Military

By Doug Bandow. Los Angeles Times. January 6, 1998.

An Open Letter to Appropriations Committee Chairman Bob Livingston

By Stephen Moore. January 5, 1998.

Put Health Decisions Back Where They Belong

By Sue A. Blevins. January 2, 1998.