Civic Ignorance Threatens American Liberty

By Deroy Murdock. June 30, 2000.

No Taxation Without Justification

By Deroy Murdock. June 27, 2000.

Full Disclosure?

By John Samples. June 26, 2000.

Extended Parade of Horribles

By Jerry Taylor. Washington Times. June 24, 2000.

Japan Takes Its First Step Toward a Strategic Role

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Taipei Times. June 24, 2000.

Saving the Poor from Development?

By Aaron Lukas. June 23, 2000.

Bad Government Policies Fuel Gas Prices

By Jerry Taylor. Chicago Tribune. June 21, 2000.

Bad Policies Fuel Midwest Gasoline Prices

By Jerry Taylor. Chicago Tribune. June 21, 2000.

The Vice President’s Social Security Plan Is a Dud

By Derrick A. Max. National Review (Online). June 21, 2000.

Canceling Summer Vacation

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Washington Times. June 20, 2000.

Finance Matters: As WTO Accession Looms, China’s Financial Prospects Remain Limited

By James A. Dorn. China Online. June 20, 2000.

‘Jackboot Liberalism’ Residues

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. June 19, 2000.

Global-Warming Report Bulges with Hot Air

By Jerry Taylor. June 17, 2000.

Al Gore’s New Paternalism

By Lisa E. Oliphant. June 17, 2000.

Digital Divide? What Digital Divide?

By Deroy Murdock. June 16, 2000.

Gore’s Phony Accounts

By Peter J. Ferrara. National Review (Online). June 15, 2000.

The Great Social Security Debate of 2000

By Edward H. Crane. June 10, 2000.

No Fact Checks Please

By Patrick J. Michaels. June 9, 2000.

The End of U.N. Peacekeeping

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. June 9, 2000.

HOT Lanes: A Better Way to Attack Urban Highway Congestion

By Robert W. Poole Jr. and C. Kenneth Orsk. Regulation. June 8, 2000.

OSHA’s Ergonomics Litigation Record: Three Strikes and It’s Out

By Eugene Scalia. June 7, 2000.

Currency Board Critics Cite Selective Facts

By Steve H. Hanke. June 7, 2000.

Whatever Happened to “the Giant Sucking Sound”?

By Daniel Griswold. June 6, 2000.

Clinton’s Regulatory Miasma

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. June 6, 2000.

The Devil in Gore’s Details

By Andrew G. Biggs. June 5, 2000.