Jewish World Review
06/27/07: Big-Government conservatives
06/20/07: Bill Gates Needs an Econ Course
06/13/07: Property owners win one
06/06/07: Why is profit a dirty word?
05/30/07: The Double Thank-You Moment
05/22/07: The many myths of ethanol
05/16/07: The Tax-Cut Myth
05/09/07: The public trough is bigger than ever
05/02/07: Tales from the school-choice wars
04/25/07: How About Economic Progress Day?
04/18/07: Springtime for taxes
04/11/07: The Edifice Complex
04/05/07: Worry about the right things
03/28/07: The kidnapping hysteria
03/22/07: The media likes scaring us, and we like it
03/15/07: Laws that kill
03/07/07: Terror porn
02/28/07: The Fear Industrial Complex
02/21/07: No drug price controls
02/14/07: Schwarzenegger's folly
02/10/07: Panic in Boston
01/31/07: Big, Big Government
01/24/07: Milton Friedman Day
01/17/07: Losing sleep over the trade deficit?
01/10/07: Sticking it to low-skilled workers
01/03/07: Is this any way to help the homeless?
12/27/06: Is nothing too trivial for the busybodies?
12/20/06: What will they ban next?
12/13/06: Are the rich cheap?
12/06/06: Who gives to charity?
11/29/06: Are Americans cheap?
11/22/06: Working mothers need the free market, too
11/15/06: White guilt doesn't help blacks
11/08/06: Legalized property theft
10/25/06: Getting medical insurance from your boss is a bad idea
10/18/06: Trade restrictions stick it to consumers
10/11/06: McDonald's didn't make them fat
10/04/06: Big business loves government
09/27/06: Big business loves government
09/20/06: It's hard to tell a conservative from a liberal
09/13/06: Secrets in the senate
09/06/06: Busybody politicians, get off our backs
08/30/06: A Schools need competition now
08/23/06: LEAVE THE DECADENT BUSINESSMAN ALONE!
08/16/06: Does government stupidity know any bounds?
08/09/06: Lawsuits make us less safe
08/02/06: The trial lawyers' justice myth
07/26/06: Smearing education choice
07/19/06: Think your cousin's cute? Relax
07/12/06: An illegal market that could save your life
07/05/06: When sexism claims are a real hoot
06/28/06: When sexism claims are a real hoot
Prison for you, but not for me
Religious fanatics terrorize American farmers
Are you able to obey this law?
Myths and lies on the record
Mississippi has a place for heroes: Jail
How could the TV experts be so wrong?
Everything you know is wrong
Victims victimizing the taxpayers
If you want to benefit from other greedy people, you have to make sure they benefit from you
That post-Tax Day headache will be significantly stronger after reading this
Scare 'em and they'll fund it
They kicked me out of school
03/22/06: Only the desperate fight facts with myths
03/15/06: They want to teach me a lesson
03/08/06: I'm sorry that union teachers are mad at me
03/01/06: Stifling freedom of excellence
02/22/06: Unions fighting to protect the nightmare
02/15/06: Keep the incompetents, don't reward your most productive that's a formula for success?
02/08/06: They've gotten their hands on America's children, and they have no intention of letting go
02/01/06: In 72 hours, a private company did what government schools could not do in over 12 years
01/25/06: Petty-bureaucrats-turned-lords-of-the-manor are determining most American kids' futures
01/18/06: Not enough money for education? It's a myth
01/11/06: Courts helping public schools cheat children
01/04/06: Were subway strikers thugs?
12/28/05: 2005's Top 10 List of Foolish Myths
12/21/05: Law forces spending millions on accounting instead of growth
12/14/05: Should the law promote human life, or should it sacrifice human beings and their quality of life on the altar of Gaia?
12/07/05: The enormous cost and creativity-killing pace of ordinary civil cases
11/30/05: In a truly free society, we don't all have to make the same decisions
11/23/05: Law must hold at least some people responsible for their decisions
11/16/05: Is Wal-Mart a problem?
11/09/05: Holy Shiite! Movie shelved for using M-word
11/02/05: The pols shouldn't tell the people to shut up
10/27/05: Don't forget to say thank you after being looted
10/20/05: What if it were legal in America for adults to carry concealed weapons?
10/12/05: 'Net destroying business as we know it? Government thinks so
10/06/05: Giving New Orleans its freedom
09/28/05: Market protects us better than politicians ever could
09/21/05: Dammable pork
09/14/05: For too many Americans, nightmares don't stop upon awakening
09/07/05: In praise of price gouging
08/31/05: Successful scientists and their gimmicks
08/24/05: Private charity would do much more if government hadn't crowded it out
08/17/05: Honey! They shrunk the portions
08/10/05: Setting high wages that keep people poor
08/03/05: GOPers should stop dithering about reducing the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's subsidies and eliminate them altogether
07/27/05: Love-crushing law is striving to sterilize the workplace
07/20/05: Robbing the poor to build a rich man's stadium it's just plain wrong
07/13/05: Being open-minded and liberal is not one and the same
07/06/05: Sunscreen and unaccountable authority
06/29/05: Making parking lots out of castles
06/22/05: Gender pay gap is pap
06/15/05: Improving other folks' intimacy, with your tax money?
06/08/05: Dismantle the FDA?
06/01/05: By protecting us from bad things, government protects us from good things, too
05/18/05: Think bottled water is healthier? Friend, you are being soaked!
05/11/05: Truth or myth?: Revisiting some popular misconceptions
05/04/05: The scoop on pricey coffee
04/20/05: The right not to employ someone
04/13/05: Scaremongers screaming BOO! even louder after column challenges their facts
04/06/05: How to crush your competition with government endorsement
03/30/05: The fear Crichton's latest questions makes scare-peddlers frightened
03/23/05: Black-on-black discrimination?
03/16/05: When warnings make us less safe
03/09/05: Gasoline prices 2005: An inflation-adjusted bargain
03/02/05: Washington's labor laws now hurt children more than they protect them
02/23/05: Outsourcers are the bigger job creators?
02/16/05: Selfishness is bad, right?
02/09/05: Fifth Avenue farmers
02/02/05: Buy a bridge? This $200 Million one isn't for sale it's being paid for by taxpayers and it leads almost nowhere
01/28/05: Aren't science and scholarship supposed to ask questions and open our eyes to facts?
01/26/05: Forced altruism
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