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11/9/2016 Is Trump Already Headed Down the Path of the George W. Bush Presidency? Ivan Eland
11/8/2016 Why Should the Young and the Healthy Bail Out Obamacare? John C. Goodman
11/8/2016 If You Want to Fix U.S. Infrastructure, Ask Government to Step Aside Lawrence J. McQuillan
11/8/2016 When All Else Fails, Clinton, Trump Mistakenly Blame Trade Abigail R. Hall
Kaila Preston
11/4/2016 Bill Clinton Is Right: Obamacare Is Crazy for Workers John R. Graham
11/3/2016 When Californians Dumped the Diversity Dogma K. Lloyd Billingsley
11/3/2016 California Knows How to Rein in the Judiciary K. Lloyd Billingsley
11/2/2016 Russia Is Not as Much of a Threat as Depicted in the Media, but Does Need a Slap in the Face Ivan Eland
10/31/2016 Is America Too Big to Be Free? William J. Watkins Jr.
10/31/2016 When CA Voters Cleaned House at the State Supreme Court K. Lloyd Billingsley
10/31/2016 Dakota Access—Legal, Beneficial & Necessary William F. Shughart II
10/31/2016 Who Do You Trust More: Your Doctor or the Government? John C. Goodman
10/31/2016 Clinton’s and Trump’s Family Policies—Terrible Ideas for Women Abigail R. Hall
10/30/2016 Dealing with ISIS if Mosul Falls Ivan Eland
10/26/2016 Oakland’s Voters Should Stop Soda Tax William F. Shughart II
Josh T. Smith
10/18/2016 A Health Plan for Donald Trump John C. Goodman
10/18/2016 Does Hillary Clinton Believe in Anything? John C. Goodman
10/18/2016 Both Candidates Wrong on Syria Ivan Eland
10/17/2016 Can Republicans and Democrats Agree on What to Do About ObamaCare? Joan Bardis
John C. Goodman
10/14/2016 The Only Place Where ‘Leading from Behind’ has Worked Alvaro Vargas Llosa
10/14/2016 The United Nations Report on Access to Medicines Is a Public Health Hazard John R. Graham
10/12/2016 Economics, Safety, and Bureaucratic Logrolling Abigail R. Hall
10/7/2016 Will Colorado Vote to Socialize Its Health Care System? John C. Goodman
Linda Gorman
10/6/2016 Free Trade Is a Win-Win Benjamin Powell
10/3/2016 Does It Pay to Work? John C. Goodman
10/3/2016 Political and Economic Lessons from Gene, Mel and Woody K. Lloyd Billingsley
10/3/2016 Floridians Push for Reform of State’s Criminal Justice System Abigail R. Hall
10/3/2016 Green Energy Dreams Will Hurt the Poor William F. Shughart II
Michael Jensen
10/3/2016 First Debate Showed that Both Major Candidates Are Severely Wanting in Foreign Policy Ivan Eland
9/26/2016 Why Santa Barbara Verdict Could Make All Californians the Winners K. Lloyd Billingsley
9/23/2016 Expanding Aid to Flood Victims Is Unfair Robert W. Klein
9/22/2016 Why President Obama Has Difficulty Garnering Respect Internationally Ivan Eland
9/22/2016 Registration, Confiscation, Arrest Stephen P. Halbrook
9/21/2016 Jail Time Needed, Not Fines, for CEO of Wells Fargo Lawrence J. McQuillan
9/21/2016 It’s Time to Liberate Health Savings Accounts John C. Goodman
9/20/2016 Whose Budget Is Worse—Trump’s or Clinton’s? Craig Eyermann
9/20/2016 Shades of Healthcare Future: Irish Government May Fall for Lack of a New Diagnostic Lab Mary L. G. Theroux
9/19/2016 Federal Dysfunction and Constitution Day William J. Watkins Jr.
9/19/2016 Hardly: ‘Free’ College Plan Comes with $350 Billion Price Tag Vicki E. Alger
9/16/2016 Did the Constitution Deliver? William J. Watkins Jr.
9/12/2016 15 Years After: Are We Safer? Ivan Eland
9/12/2016 How About ‘Confederation Day’? William J. Watkins Jr.
9/12/2016 Environmentalists’ Questionable Tactics in North Dakota William F. Shughart II
9/12/2016 Obamacare Will Set Back Real Health Reform for Years John R. Graham
9/11/2016 Protecting Patient Safety without Malpractice Law John C. Goodman
9/8/2016 15 Years After 9/11 We’re Less Safe, Less Free Abigail R. Hall
9/6/2016 Which Candidate Will Raise Your Wage? (Hint: It’s Not Hillary) John C. Goodman
9/6/2016 The Left and Right Appear to Agree on Something that Will Produce Better Health and Better Pensions John C. Goodman
9/6/2016 Will Hillary Enmesh Us Deeper in the Syrian Quagmire? Ivan Eland
9/6/2016 Fifteen Years After 9/11, the Bureaucratic Bull’s-Eye Remains K. Lloyd Billingsley

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