Five Decades of Failure Are Enough

By Tad DeHaven. Washington Times. February 9, 2010.

The Great 18-Year Real Estate Cycle

By Steve H. Hanke. Globe Asia. January 22, 2010.

The Mysterious Ways Of Fannie And Freddie

By Johan Norberg. Forbes.com. January 15, 2010.

Cash For Clunkers: Home Edition

By Doug Bandow. Forbes. December 28, 2009.

Fannie, Freddie Mustn’t Be Left Out Of Reform

By Mark A. Calabria. Investor’s Business Daily. October 27, 2009.

The Growing Debt Bomb

By Richard W. Rahn. Washington Times. September 22, 2009.

Foreclosure Levels Unlikely To Fall

By Mark A. Calabria. San Diego Union-Tribune. August 6, 2009.

Signs of Life in the Housing Market

By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr.. The Wall Street Journal. July 31, 2009.

Bernanke Must Go

By Mark A. Calabria. National Review (Online). July 23, 2009.

The Case for Doing Nothing

By Jeffrey Miron. Reason. July 9, 2009.

A Fake Financial Fix

By Mark A. Calabria. New York Post. June 18, 2009.

Recession and Recovery

By Alan Reynolds. Forbes. May 26, 2009.

Handling America’s Homeless Families

By Doug Bandow. Washington Times. May 17, 2009.

A Recession’s Import

By Alan Reynolds. National Review. May 1, 2009.

Did the Fed Cause the Housing Bubble?

By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr.. The Wall Street Journal. March 27, 2009.

Tilting Homeowner Rules Seems Unfair

By Will Wilkinson. Marketplace. February 25, 2009.

The Foreclosure Five

By Alan Reynolds. New York Post. February 21, 2009.

Assessing the President’s Mortgage Plan

By Alan Reynolds. The Wall Street Journal. February 19, 2009.

Captives in Our Homes

By Will Wilkinson. The Week. February 6, 2009.

We Can’t Spend Our Way out of This Quagmire

By Lawrence H. White and David C. Rose. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. January 21, 2009.

A Property Tax Cut Could Help Save Buffalo

By Steve H. Hanke and Stephen J.K. Walters. The Wall Street Journal. December 6, 2008.

How to Avoid the Next Housing Bubble

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Los Angeles Times. October 17, 2008.

What to Do with Fannie and Freddie?

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Los Angeles Times. October 16, 2008.

Who Are the Villains of the Mortgage Mess?

By Daniel J. Mitchell. Los Angeles Times. October 14, 2008.

Suspend Cap Gains Tax On Toxic Assets

By William G. Shipman. Investor’s Business Daily. October 13, 2008.