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Better solutions
Thursday, December 6, 2001 — Throughout history, [political leaders] have always turned to brute force as the first resort for settling problems. . . . [I]sn't it time we started looking for better solutions?

Keep your eye on the target by Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX)
Thursday, November 29, 2001 — It's impossible to keep one's eye on a target and hit it if one does not precisely understand it and identify it.

Who gave your rights away?
Tuesday, November 27, 2001 — Many conservatives, liberals and libertarians are protesting the numerous invasions of your liberty that Congress and the Bush administration have imposed during the past two months. But without realizing it, many of the protestors brought these invasions on themselves.

Kangaroo courts by William Safire
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Monday, November 26, 2001 — . . . President Bush, with no such Congressional declaration, is using that Roosevelt mistake as precedent for his own dismaying departure from due process.

I love America. Do you?
Tuesday, November 20, 2001 — Do you love America? If so, isn't it time you spoke out on behalf of America — before the President and Congress take away the rest of what made this the land of the free?

Isn't it time for the truth?
Tuesday, November 13, 2001 — It is time for President Bush to stop cheerleading and speak the truth.

What can we do about terrorism? - Part three
Tuesday, October 31, 2001 — Preventing future terrorism

What can we do about terrorism? - Part two
Monday, October 15, 2001 — Do we choose death or peace?

What can we do about terrorism? - Part one
Friday, October 5, 2001 — This 3-part series will propose the actions I believe our government should take to fight terrorism.

Was the Gulf War a 'just war'?
February 20, 1991 — Written at the start of the war against Iraq, reprised now to show what American foreign policy has done.

When will we learn? - Part four
Monday, September 17, 2001 — I now have received over a thousand emails in response to my articles on the terrorist attacks.

When will we learn? - Part three
Saturday, September 15, 2001 — In my previous article, I pointed out that killing innocent people is terrorism, no matter who does it — freelance terrorists, an international conspiracy, a foreign government, or our government.

Attack Afghanistan?
Saturday, September 15, 2001 — So it seems particularly appropriate to ask what kind of country Afghanistan is, what its people are like, and how likely it is that they want war with the U.S.

When will we learn? - Part two
Friday, September 14, 2001 — My article last Tuesday "When will we learn?" provoked more controversy than anything I've ever written. In case there was any misunderstanding, here is what I believe:

When will we learn?
Tuesday, September 11, 2001 — The terrorist attacks against America comprise a horrible tragedy. But they shouldn't be a surprise.

The immigration scam
Wednesday, September 5, 2001 — . . . [T]rying to limit immigration is an admission that the welfare state is a failure.

Free-market predators vs. well-meaning reformers
Wednesday, August 15, 2001 — The computer business is a prime example of the cut-throat competition that American history books and reformers warn us against.

Final fix for Social Security
Tuesday, August 7, 2001 — Social Security is inherently unsound because it's a political program — run by politicians for political purposes.

Citizen taxpayers vs. the press and politicians
Friday, July 20, 2001 — Tennessee is one of a very few states with no state income tax, but politicians keep trying to change that.

Freedom is Responsibility
Saturday, July 7, 2001 — Do Libertarians believe in responsibility? Of course; they have to. (A response to an op-ed by Charley Reese)

Al Gore in drag
Tuesday, July 3, 2001 — Republicans voted for Bush, and what did they get?

Top 10 misconceptions about government
Tuesday, June 26, 2001 — Here are 10 myths about government that form the mistaken assumptions for many political arguments.

Bringing back liberty
Tuesday, June 12, 2001 — Why we must be consistent if we want people to turn to freedom as the answer to social problems.

If all drugs were legal (gasp!) . . .
Thursday, June 7, 2001 — Let's think the unthinkable for a moment. What would society be like if every drug law were repealed?

Who makes life better for you?
Tuesday, May 29, 2001 — Every day of the week businesspeople do something to make your life easier, more comfortable, more enjoyable. Meanwhile, politicians are busily doing the opposite.

Missing the point in the Kerrey controversy
Friday, May 4, 2001 — More important than asking whether Sen. Kerrey's actions in Vietnam were justified is the question: Why was he there in the first place?

Drugs, Downey, Strawberry, junkies and hypocrites
Tuesday, May 1, 2001 — In any discussion of the Downey and Strawberry cases, one point seems to be overlooked: Even though both are addicts, they're quite able to perform their jobs properly.

Why not real health-care reform?
Monday, March 26, 2001 — If any politician in Washington really cared about your health care, he wouldn't be debating how the federal government should impose its way on HMOs.

Trusting people to do the right thing?
Friday, March 9, 2001 — Libertarians don't believe we'll ever live in a perfect world ... That's why we don't want politicians running our lives.

Libertarians are not a part of the "right"
Wednesday, March 7, 2001 — Choosing between "left" and "right" today is like choosing between the Yankees and the Mets.

The president speaks, but who is talking?
Saturday, March 3, 2001 — If one actually listens to what presidents say when they address the nation, it's hard to tell conservatives from liberals.

Only one reason needed to repeal the estate tax
Wednesday, February 20, 2001 — We've heard many arguments, pro and con, about the estate tax and its potential repeal. But the most important argument has been overlooked.

Conservatives looking more like liberals every day
Tuesday, February 13, 2001 — Conservative activists are praising George Bush’s big-government policies — contradicting whatever they may have said about government last year. They are betraying their stated ideals as easily as the 1930s liberals did for Roosevelt and as the 1990s liberals did to defend Bill Clinton.

Do you have too much freedom?
Monday, February 5, 2001 — George Bush’s "communitarianism" is said to be a reaction to the "unfettered individualism" of the past couple of decades. The idea that you have too much freedom and need to turn more of your life over to collective action is laughable

Mr. Clinton's Mantra
Monday, January 29, 2001 — With Bill Clinton recently departed from the White House, you might enjoy reading an article written just after Mr. Clinton entered the White House in 1993.

The Clinton legends will live on in the Bush presidency
Tuesday, January 23, 2001 — We’re besieged with a mountain of myths about the economy — tall tales about a non-existent surplus, about Clinton bringing interest rates down, about a booming economy.

Sources for statistical data
A companion piece to The Clinton legends will live on in the Bush presidency

Aiding and abetting Republicans?
Thursday, January 11, 2001 — The Republicans think that just because George Bush isn’t Bill Clinton, we should run to his aid every time he needs help. By doing so, we give up a little more of our freedom.

Should we give George Bush another chance?
Monday, January 1, 2001 — George Bush has already had plenty of chances to prove himself as a promoter of individual freedom. Unfortunately, he’s flunked them all.



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