Monday, May 02, 2005

From the Capitalism Magazine:

Elian Gonzalez: The Day America Lost its Soul by Nicholas Provenzo
Life under a communist dictatorship is abuse and in the Elian Gonzalez case, our government erred in falling to acknowledge it.

"The Unregulated Offense" by Nicholas Provenzo (May 1, 2005)
We argue that individual rights come first and that government's sole legitimate mission is the protection of those rights.

The Michael Jackson Trial by Michael J. Hurd (April 30, 2005)
The bad thing about the Michael Jackson trial is that it's a sideshow.

Death Tax Should be Killed, Not Wounded by Daniel J. Mitchell (April 29, 2005)
The good news is that the death tax will disappear in 2010. If they die that year, their families will get their assets, not the IRS. The bad news is that this pernicious tax springs back to life in 2011...

Un-Taxing the Rich by Nicholas Provenzo (April 28, 2005)
Three-quarters of Connecticut residents say they support increasing taxes on people other then themselves.

The Productive vs. The Unproductive by Walter Williams (April 27, 2005)
The productive people who make progress possible are often painted as villains.

The Pope Vs. The Mind by Michael J. Hurd (April 26, 2005)
The Pope holds an incorrect (though widespread) notion of the ego.

Stupid Airport Security 3 by Walter Williams (April 25, 2005)
Several airport security screeners have sent me polite letters criticizing some of my comments in my last two columns, prompting this question to you...

Elian Gonzalez: The Day America Lost its Soul by Nicholas Provenzo (April 24, 2005)
Life under a communist dictatorship is abuse and in the Elian Gonzalez case, our government erred in falling to acknowledge it.

The Social Security Crisis Gets Personal by Stuart M. Butler (April 23, 2005)
The debate over Social Security reform so far has centered on the concern that, as the number of retirees balloons, the program won't be able to pay its promised benefits. That certainly is a crisis that must be addressed. But let's say, for argument's sake, that Social Security's finances were in great shape. Would reform still be necessary?

The Earth is Mankind's Garden by Nicholas Provenzo (April 22, 2005)
There is an alternative to the environmentalist argument.

Russia: Kremlin Takeover of the Russian Oil Industry? by Ariel Cohen (April 21, 2005)
In Russia these days, a lot of old is new again. In fact, the Russian oil and gas sector's new paradigm can be summarized in two words: "state domination." The free market has been abandoned.

The Volcker Oil-for-Food Interim Reports: No Exoneration for U.N. Corruption by Nile Gardiner (April 20, 2005)
Contrary to Annan's claims, the reports do not in any way vindicate him or the United Nations.

Finding Alternatives to the Food and Drug Administration by Richard E. Ralston (April 19, 2005)
Freedom is a more thorough and relentless defender of safety than layers of bureaucracy. Expanding freedom can benefit our health far more than concentrating power.

Easy Money In California by Thomas Sowell (April 18, 2005)
Housing bans are the reason for rising home prices.

Is Washington Treating Us Like Chumps At The Pumps?
by Ben Lieberman (April 17, 2005)
Gasoline is already more than two dollars per gallon and climbing, and we're still months away from the high-demand summer vacation season. So why has the U.S. Senate introduced two bills that would raise prices even further?

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