Technology: Politically Correct Scapegoat?

By Michael Gough. August 10, 1998.

Is It Fair to Sacrifice Lives?

By Charles T. Carlstrom and Christy D. Rollow. July 31, 1998.

Bad News for Social Security: There May Be a Cure for Cancer

By Carrie Lips. June 11, 1998.

Where’s the News About Cancer Rates?

By Michael Gough and Peter Van Doren. Sacramento Bee. April 22, 1998.

Trying To Put the Brakes on Junk Science

By Doug Bandow. March 26, 1998.

Science, Salamanders and Political Correctness

By Michael Gough. February 18, 1998.

An Empty Uniform

By Michael Gough and Steven J. Milloy. February 13, 1998.

Time to Privatize NASA

By Edward L. Hudgins. The Baltimore Sun. January 26, 1998.

Show Caution On Cloning Regulation

By Michael Gough. USA Today. January 22, 1998.

Does the Federal Government Have a Monopoly on Science?

By Aaron Steelman. January 14, 1998.

Don’t Lavish Funds on NASA

By Michael Gough. July 16, 1997.

End Government Science Funding

By Terence Kealey. April 11, 1997.

Congress Needs to Realize That the Environment Doesn’t Cause Cancer

By Michael Gough. March 5, 1997.

Chilling Science at the Science Committee

By Michael Gough. January 14, 1997.

Let Science Judge the Sperm Crisis

By Michael Gough. December 30, 1996.

The Trouble with Dioxin

By Michael Gough. December 2, 1996.

The State of Humanity: Good and Getting Better

By Julian L. Simon and Sheldon L. Richman. November 11, 1996.

Analysis Run Amok

By Michael Gough and Sanford L. Weiner. Chicago Tribune. September 24, 1996.