Do Farmers Have a Right to Pollute?

By Jerry Taylor. Charlotte Observer. April 11, 1999.

Give Kosovars a Permanent Refuge

By Ted Galen Carpenter. April 9, 1999.

What the Trustees Report Didn’t Tell You

By Michael D. Tanner. April 8, 1999.

Normalize Trade with China

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. April 7, 1999.

U.S. Steel Makers Tough Enough to Thrive Without Quotas

By Daniel Griswold. Bridge News. April 7, 1999.

Overkill from the Air

By Ivan Eland. April 5, 1999.

Squeeze Play: Do Baseball Stadiums Need Our Bucks to Get Built?

By Raymond J. Keating. April 5, 1999.

Admitting When We’re Wrong

By Doug Bandow. April 3, 1999.

Ohio Doesn’t Need to Tax the Net

By Aaron Lukas. April 1, 1999.

A Republican Y2K Problem

By Vern McKinley. March 31, 1999.

Europe’s Welfare Queens

By Doug Bandow. March 30, 1999.

The Grand Old Spending Party

By Stephen Moore and James Carter. March 29, 1999.

Intel’s Sell Out

By Edward L. Hudgins. March 26, 1999.

The Great Ponzi-Scheme Rescue Act of 1999

By P.J. O’Rourke. March 25, 1999.

Taking the Voluntary Out of Voluntarism

By Doug Bandow. March 25, 1999.

How Should Social Security Be Reformed? Look to the States

By Carrie Lips. March 24, 1999.

Bill Clinton, Aggressor

By Ted Galen Carpenter. March 23, 1999.

Let the Children Go

By David Boaz. March 22, 1999.

Why Hasn’t Space Flight Developed As Rapidly As Aviation?

By Edward L. Hudgins. Aviation Week & Space Technology. March 22, 1999.

High Tobacco Taxes Won’t Make the Problem Go Away

By Robert A. Levy. March 20, 1999.

Separation of Powers, R.I.P.

By Jerry Taylor. March 19, 1999.

Low Oil Prices: A Fill Up of Good News

By Stephen Moore. March 17, 1999.

Need Money? Call for Philip Morris

By Robert A. Levy. March 16, 1999.

Sex and the Interstate Commerce Clause

By David B. Kopel and Glenn Harlan Reynolds. March 13, 1999.

Should Internet Sales Be Taxed?

By Aaron Lukas. March 12, 1999.