Investing’s Rich Fringe Benefits

By Andrew G. Biggs. American Enterprise. July 31, 2002.

Misguided Mission for Military

By Gene Healy. Washington Times. July 31, 2002.

U.S. Troops Must Not Be Palace Guards

By Charles V. Peña. Los Angeles Times. July 31, 2002.

Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman

By David Boaz. July 31, 2002.

Mixed Signals on Trade Barriers

By Brink Lindsey. The Wall Street Journal. July 30, 2002.

Fueled by Pork

By Edward H. Crane and Carl Pope. July 30, 2002.

Public Still Behind Social Security Investment

By Michael D. Tanner. July 30, 2002.

Merit Pay for Pols

By Patrick Basham. National Review (Online). July 29, 2002.

What’s the Right Number?

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. July 29, 2002.

Volunteer Voyeurs?

By Gene Healy. July 29, 2002.

Overstocked Assumptions

By Alan Reynolds. Washington Times. July 28, 2002.

Blocking Medi-Pot Defense: Case Shows How Far U.S. Will Go to Enforce Bad Policy

By Tim Lynch. Los Angeles Times. July 26, 2002.

Was Clinton More Conservative Than Bush?

By Veronique de Rugy. Fox News (Online). July 25, 2002.

Milton Friedman at 90

By Thomas Sowell. July 25, 2002.

Private Sector Can Do the Job

By Chris Edwards. USA Today. July 24, 2002.

Fighting the Patent Wars

By Doug Bandow. July 24, 2002.

EU Tax Collection Plan Will Hurt U.S. Economy

By Veronique de Rugy. July 23, 2002.

United We Stand, but We’ll Snoop Divided

By Robert A. Levy. Los Angeles Times. July 22, 2002.

Private Giving to Public Schools: Does it Work?

By David F. Salisbury. July 19, 2002.

I Spy

By Robert A. Levy. National Review. July 18, 2002.

The Medicare Drug Benefit War

By Tom Miller. Fox News (Online). July 18, 2002.

Strategy to Revive the Stock Market

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. July 17, 2002.

Compulsory Entertainment?

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. July 15, 2002.

California’s Dreamin’

By Patrick J. Michaels. July 15, 2002.

Celebrating an Intellectual Dynamo

By George F. Will. July 14, 2002.