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The moralists' attack on medical progress and patient freedom
The courts take out a contract on free speech.
After studying nonviolent drug offenders, a criminologist who once said "Let 'Em Rot" now says "Let 'Em Go."
Rep. Christopher Cox talks about his committee's report on Chinese espionage, his long-term campaign for budget reform, and the connection between freedom and encryption.
Jeff Taylor and Michael Lynch
When the FCC shuts down pirate broadcasters, it sometimes unplugs whole communities too.
Clinton's Social Security reform would rob teachers, ministers, and cops.
The new censors
What we lose by regulating culture
Clinton's ultra-violent video game
Thomas W. Hazlett
In which our man in Washington looks longingly at the exit doors
How the Supreme Court made up "student-on-student" harassment law
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