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  1. Acts of Contrition
    The public spectacle of private vices
    Reason, August 2003, p. 21
  2. Celebratq Diversity
    Reason, January 2002, p. 25
  3. Culture & Reviews
    Christian Rock
    A secular humanist looks inside the world of religious pop.
    Reason, February 2002, pp. 48-51
  4. Confessions of a Lazy Anti-Warrior
    Stop the war; or watch TV?
    Reason, June 2004, p. 25
  5. Confessions of a Serial President Hater
    Crooks, dolts, creeps---what's not to loathe?
    Reason, November 2002, p. 19
  6. Cover Illustration
    Reason, May 2002
  7. Do Your Own Thing Unto Others
    Celebrating 35 years of baby boomer tyranny
    Reason, December 2003, pp. 30-31
  8. Culture & Reviews
    Everyone's a Winner!
    One state's---and one person's---love/hate relationship with legalized gambling
    Reason, October 2003, pp. 48-52
  9. Ex-Pats Say the Darnedest Things
    Tracking the ugliest Americans abroad
    Reason, July 2002, p. 25
  10. Fair-Weather Idealists
    Reason, December 2001, p. 33
  11. Fascists Have Feelings, Too
    An anti-defamation league of their own
    Reason, July 2004, p. 23
  12. Fine Dining At Shell
    Reason, Aug/Sept 2001, p. 27
  13. In Praise of Meaningless Crap
    9/11 War. Will the "new normal" ever end?
    Reason, June 2003, p. 21
  14. Culture & Reviews
    In Search of...An Honest Republican
    Behind the scenes with the GOP
    Reason, November 2004, pp. 58-61
  15. Junkie Logic
    Nothing tastes finer than a free cigarette
    Reason, December 2002, p. 23
  16. Just Say No to Intellectual Property
    A fair use fable
    Reason, April 2003, p. 27
  17. Just Say No to Live Clarinets
    In praise of volume knobs
    Reason, May 2002, p. 25
  18. Latin Laissez-Faire
    Reason, November 2001, p. 27
  19. Let Us Deliberate
    The U.S. Senate debates war!
    Reason, January 2003, p. 21
  20. Let's Talk About Sex
    Reason, October 2001, p. 27
  21. The Life Cycle of a Hack
    Shame, success, sorrow, and satisfaction
    Reason, June 2002, p. 23
  22. Culture & Reviews
    Malls
    One man's love-hate relationship with enclosed shopping areas
    Reason, August 2002, pp. 60-63
  23. Culture & Reviews
    My Very Own Monorail
    Reason, March 2005, pp. 50-53
  24. The Nerd-ification of America
    Why geek culture rules
    Reason, May 2003, p. 23
  25. Now That's Entertainment!
    Reason, June 2001, pp. 29-30
  26. Culture & Reviews
    Observations From a Reluctant Anti-Warrior
    Can you love peace while hating pacifists?
    Reason, March 2003, pp. 50-53
  27. "...Or Don't You Care?"
    Logical proposals for taxing away all of society's ills
    Reason, January 2004, p. 25
  28. Playing to the Totalitarian Left
    Two democratic candidates appeal to their party's "core"
    Reason, April 2004, pp. 18-19
  29. Principal Stalin
    It's all about the children
    Reason, February 2004, p. 23
  30. Culture & Reviews
    "Real" "Art"
    Mr. Grumpy goes to an art museum and comes out belaboring the obvious!
    Reason, August 2004, pp. 60-63
  31. Sluts for Jesus
    Where's my back end participation?
    Reason, May 2004, p. 23
  32. Culture & Reviews
    Swingers of the World, Unite!
    A report from an "alternative lifestyles" conference
    Reason, March 2004, pp. 52-55
  33. Taking Out Arnold
    One soundbite at a time
    Reason, November 2003, p. 21
  34. The War on Terror Never Ends
    Reason, March 2002, p. 23
  35. What We Believe
    All hail the conventional wisdom
    Reason, July 2003, p. 23
  36. When Libertarians Gather
    Election night musings and complaints
    Reason, February 2003, p. 23
  37. Who's to Blame for 9/11?
    Preconceived notions never die---or fade away
    Reason, October 2002, p. 23
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