California Dreamin’? The Campaign to End Term Limits

By Patrick Basham. March 5, 2002.

Lessons from Washington

By Michael J. New. February 23, 2002.

The Scandal that Wasn’t

By David Boaz. February 15, 2002.

Shays-Meehan Ad Nauseam

By Robert A. Levy. February 13, 2002.

Three Myths About Enron and Campaign Finance

By John Samples. February 1, 2002.

Campaign Finance Folly

By Patrick Basham and John Samples. January 12, 2002.

In Praise of the $69 Million Mayoral Campaign

By Patrick Basham. December 29, 2001.

Public Funding for Judicial Elections: Forget It

By Robert A. Levy. August 13, 2001.

The Bipartisan Death of Campaign Finance Reform

By John Samples and Peter Van Doren. July 21, 2001.

Campaign Finance Fantasyland

By Patrick Basham. June 9, 2001.

The Terrible Secret of Campaign Finance Reform

By John Samples. May 8, 2001.

Let’s Skip McCain’s Sideshow

By John Samples. April 30, 2001.

“Hard Money” Reform Protects Incumbents

By Patrick Basham. April 4, 2001.

John McCain Is Wrong

By David M. Primo. April 2, 2001.

Campaign Finance, the Endgame

By John Samples. March 26, 2001.

A Big-Bucks Push for ‘Reform’

By Patrick Basham. New York Post. March 26, 2001.

McCain-Feingold Good for Unions, Bad for Everyone Else

By Robert A. Levy. Detroit News. March 20, 2001.

McCain-Feingold Will Hurt Democrats—And They Know It

By John Samples. USA Today. March 16, 2001.

The Death of Campaign Finance Reform?

By John Samples. January 29, 2001.

The Reform That Corrupts

By Roger Pilon. National Review (Online). January 24, 2001.

Gore’s Secret Donors

By John Samples. November 24, 2000.

‘Soft Money’ Aids Democracy

By John Samples. USA Today. September 30, 2000.

Best Campaign-Finance Reform Is No Limits

By Doug Bandow. USA Today. August 16, 2000.

The Limits of Campaign Finance Reform

By Edward H. Crane. Weekly Standard. January 31, 2000.

A “Radical” for the FEC?

By Roger Pilon. July 30, 1999.