Ottawa’s Backward Anti-Americanism

By Patrick Basham. Washington Times. December 30, 2005.

In Book-Banning Story, the System Is Scrooge

By Neal McCluskey. DC Examiner. December 29, 2005.

A Piece of the Action

By David Boaz. American Spectator. December 29, 2005.

College Kids Need to Hear the World’s Smallest Violin: Why Subsidy Cuts Are No Reason to Pity Higher-ed Students

By Neal McCluskey. Reason (Online). December 28, 2005.

Peace on Earth? Try Free Trade among Men

By Daniel Griswold. December 28, 2005.

Case Shows Need for More Freedom in Education

By Andrew J. Coulson. December 25, 2005.

Texas Ruling Paves Way for Education Reform

By Neal McCluskey. Fox News (Online). December 23, 2005.

The Season of Taking

By David Boaz. Reason (Online). December 23, 2005.

Economic Freedom in the Arab World

By Ian Vásquez. Washington Times. December 22, 2005.

Africa’s War on Poverty Begins at Home

By Marian L. Tupy. Financial Times. December 20, 2005.

If U.S. Leaves, Al-Qaeda Will Not Inherit Iraq

By Christopher A. Preble and Justin Logan. Lebanon Daily Star. December 19, 2005.

Torture’s Long Shadow

By Vladimir Bukovsky. Washington Post. December 18, 2005.

Foul Ballpark

By Dennis Coates. Reason (Online). December 16, 2005.

The White Witch of Mercantilism

By Daniel Griswold. December 16, 2005.

A Phoney Pay Comparison

By Alan Reynolds. December 15, 2005.

The Terms of Trade: A Coalition of the Willing?

By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr.. The Wall Street Journal. December 15, 2005.

Tale of Two Protests

By Daniel Griswold. December 15, 2005.

A Free Speech Kind of Thing

By John Samples. December 15, 2005.

Food-for-aid Under Fire

By Daniel Griswold. December 14, 2005.

Trade Talk Keys in Hong Kong

By Daniel Griswold. Washington Times. December 13, 2005.

The Great Divide

By Daniel Griswold. December 13, 2005.

Potomac Fever

By Chris Edwards. National Review (Online). December 12, 2005.

The City That Trade Built

By Daniel Griswold. December 12, 2005.

Byrd Boondoggle

By Daniel J. Ikenson. National Review (Online). December 9, 2005.

The Gift of Economics

By Alan Reynolds. December 9, 2005.