New Medicare Benefit Will Outspend Projections

By Michael F. Cannon. Fox News (Online). February 27, 2005.

Secession is a Hollywood Fantasy

By Patrick Basham and Niels Veldhuis. November 29, 2004.

Creating an Ownership Society: The Bush Challenge

By James A. Dorn. Australian Financial Review. November 9, 2004.

Social Security, Medicare Divide

By Jagadeesh Gokhale. Washington Times. October 14, 2004.

Clinton Got Quick Care, Unlike Canadian Heart Patients

By Michael F. Cannon. September 8, 2004.

This Campaign’s Not to Our Health

By Michael F. Cannon. Boston Herald. September 7, 2004.

What the Presidential Candidates Aren’t Talking About

By William A. Niskanen. September 1, 2004.

Fighting the Medicare Budget Battle Again

By Doug Bandow. August 29, 2004.

Economics 101

By Walter E. Williams. August 18, 2004.

Before Feds Invade Your Kitchen, Anti-Fat Funding Should Be Voted On

By Radley Balko. Los Angeles Times. July 30, 2004.

Kerry vs. Health Care

By Michael F. Cannon. New York Post. July 27, 2004.

Barbarians at the Gates

By Michael F. Cannon. July 26, 2004.

Free Health Care?

By Walter E. Williams. July 24, 2004.

Obesity and “Public Health”?

By David Boaz. July 20, 2004.

Obesity and Medicare

By William A. Niskanen. July 18, 2004.

Obesity and Medicare

By William A. Niskanen. July 17, 2004.

Medicaid Encourages Dependency

By Michael F. Cannon. York Dispatch. June 7, 2004.

Repeal Medicare Drug Entitlement

By Michael F. Cannon. Wichita Eagle. June 1, 2004.

“Cover the Uninsured Week” — With Honesty

By Michael F. Cannon. May 20, 2004.

Hillary’s Worst Nightmare

By Michael F. Cannon. May 9, 2004.

Kerry Prescribes More Government-Run Health Care

By Michael F. Cannon. April 23, 2004.

Medicare Math

By Jagadeesh Gokhale. The Wall Street Journal. April 15, 2004.

Let Seniors Get Off the Sinking Medicare Ship

By Sue A. Blevins. April 7, 2004.

Gaping entitlement imbalance

By Jagadeesh Gokhale and Kent Smetters. Washington Times. March 28, 2004.

An Unhealthy Tradition

By Michael F. Cannon. National Review (Online). March 26, 2004.