The Balkans: International Mission Is Now a Mockery of Democratic Principles

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Los Angeles Times. December 31, 2000.

Ban Cell Phones In Cars?

By Robert Hahn, Paul Tetlock, and Jason Burnett. December 29, 2000.

The Electricity Blame Game

By Richard L. Gordon (1934-2014). December 28, 2000.

No Civil Liberties At The International Criminal Court

By Ted Galen Carpenter. December 27, 2000.

A Holiday Gift: Post Office Going Private?

By Edward L. Hudgins. December 23, 2000.

Increase Arms Sales To Taiwan

By Ted Galen Carpenter. December 22, 2000.

Keep the Electoral College

By John Samples. December 21, 2000.

Go for the Big One, Mr. Bush

By Michael D. Tanner. December 20, 2000.

Supreme Court Upheld the Constitution

By Robert A. Levy. December 18, 2000.

Voters Set Trends In How To Grapple With Drugs

By Doug Bandow. USA Today. December 18, 2000.

Clinton’s Global-Warming Time Bomb

By Patrick J. Michaels. December 16, 2000.

The Partisanship Myth

By Ronald D. Rotunda. Christian Science Monitor. December 15, 2000.

A Canadian Import We Don’t Want

By Patrick Basham. Scripps Howard. December 14, 2000.

The Coming Trans-Atlantic Trade Tussle

By Daniel Griswold. December 13, 2000.

The Euro’s Rebound?

By Steve H. Hanke. Forbes. December 13, 2000.

Give The Voters What They Wanted: Smaller Government

By Patrick Basham. New York Post. December 12, 2000.

How to Forestall International Financial Rescue

By Steve H. Hanke. Financial Times. December 12, 2000.

The Robert Downey Jr. Problem

By Doug Bandow. Christian Science Monitor. December 11, 2000.

The Mexican Economy: Poised for Take-Off?

By Ian Vásquez. December 8, 2000.

Another Path To School Choice

By Darcy Ann Olsen and Matthew J. Brouillette. December 7, 2000.

From the Supremes to Seminole

By Ronald D. Rotunda. National Review (Online). December 6, 2000.

The Internet Star Chamber

By Lucas Mast. December 5, 2000.

The Cocky Caudillo: Chavez Spits Venom At The Open Market And Press Freedom

By Carlos A. Ball (1939-2014). Investor’s Business Daily. December 4, 2000.

A Fiscal Free-For-All In Congress

By Stephen Moore. December 1, 2000.