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Fri, Apr 28 “Another Farce of Government-Shutdown Theater” Research Fellow Craig Eyermann Op-Ed in The Daily Caller
Wed, Apr 26 “Fate of Venezuela Hinges on Unity of Opposition” Sr. Fellow Alvaro Vargas Llosa, author of Liberty for Latin America Op-Ed in Las Vegas Sun (NV) and the Lima News (OH)
Wed, Apr 26 “Ecuador and the Case of the Liberal Losers” Sr. Fellow Alvaro Vargas Llosa, author of Global Crossings Op-Ed in The National Interest
Wed, Apr 26 “Opponents Take Aim at Eliminating Department of Education” Research Fellow Vicki E. Alger, author of Failure cited on Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Wed, Apr 26 “End the ED: Time to Dissolve the U.S. Department of Education?” Research Fellow Vicki Alger, author of Failure speaks at the Cato Institute
Tue, Apr 25 “What Are the Antifederalists to Us?” Crossroads for Liberty by Research Fellow William J. Watkins, Jr. is reviewed in The Library of Law and Liberty
Tue, Apr 25 “Renewable Fuel Standard and the American Prairie” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II appears on the LoosTales radio show (NE)
Mon, Apr 24 “Taxes on Unhealthy Food Are Ineffective and Hurt the Poor” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II and Michael Thomas Op-Ed in The American Conservative
Fri, Apr 21 “The Ed Debate Isn’t about Money. It’s about Government Control” Research Fellow Vicki Alger, author of Failure on Independent Women’s Forum blog
Fri, Apr 21 “Getting the Ball Across the Finish Line” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
Thu, Apr 20 “Obamacare Repeal Update” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice appears on Fox Business News
Wed, Apr 19 “Disparaging Free Markets—Despite Their Superior Results” Research Fellow Gary M. Galles Op-Ed in Investor’s Business Daily
Tue, Apr 18 “Why Republicans Don’t Agree on How to Replace Obamacare” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice in Forbes
Mon, Apr 17 “8 Ways to Reform the Interior Department” Sr. Fellow Robert H. Nelson cited in The Hill
Fri, Apr 14 “Why Wasn’t Trumpcare More Popular?” Sr. Fellow John C. Goodman, author of A Better Choice cited in The Atlantic
Thu, Apr 13 “Trump Should Be Fighting ISIS, not Syria” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed on CNN.com
Thu, Apr 13 “What to Do About North Korea? Less is More” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland Op-Ed in The Washington Examiner
Thu, Apr 13 “As Delaine Eastin Runs for Governor, Let’s Look at Her Record” Policy Fellow Lloyd Billingsley Op-Ed in The Orange County Register (CA)
Thu, Apr 13 “Economics of Immigration Are at Odds with Politics” Sr. Fellow Benjamin Powell, author of The Economics of Immigration Op-Ed in The Hill
Thu, Apr 13 “There ought to be a better way” Drug War Crimes by Research Fellow Jeffrey A. Miron cited in Marianas Variety
Thu, Apr 13 “I Won’t Let the State Choose My Friends or Enemies” Sr. Fellow Robert Higgs in The Richmond County Daily Journal
Thu, Apr 13 “Bridging The Political Divide” Research Fellow William J. Watkins, Jr., author of Crossroads for Liberty appears on The Marc Cox Radio Show on KFTK-FM (St. Louis)
Thu, Apr 13 “How the Ethanol Mandate is Killing the American Prairie” Sr. Fellow William F. Shughart II Op-Ed in Investor’s Business Daily

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Fate of Venezuela Hinges on Unity of Opposition (4/26/2017)
Alvaro Vargas Llosa

Taxes on Unhealthy Food Are Ineffective and Hurt the Poor (4/26/2017)
William F. Shughart II

, Michael D. Thomas

Getting the Ball Across the Finish Line (4/26/2017)
John C. Goodman

Why Republicans Don’t Agree on How to Replace Obamacare (4/23/2017)
John C. Goodman

What Would a Free Market for Health Care Look Like? (4/17/2017)
John C. Goodman

Economics of Immigration Are at Odds with Politics (4/17/2017)
Benjamin Powell

What to Do About North Korea? Less Is More (4/14/2017)
Ivan Eland

Trump Should Be Fighting ISIS, Not Syria (4/14/2017)
Ivan Eland

As Delaine Eastin Runs for Governor, Let’s Look at Her Record (4/14/2017)
K. Lloyd Billingsley

How the Ethanol Mandate Is Killing the American Prairie (4/14/2017)
William F. Shughart II

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