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  1. Additional Letters
    Commentary, October 1993, pp. 13-26
  2. Aids
    Put to the Test
    Reason, May 1992, pp. 44-46
  3. The AIDS Cookbook
    The New Republic, April 4, 1988, pp. 19-23
  4. AIDS Numbers Racket, Chapter 37
    National Review, October 14, 1988, p. 45
  5. AIDS So Far
    Commentary, December 1991, pp. 46-49
  6. Articles
    AIDS: Are Heterosexuals at Risk?
    Commentary, November 1987, pp. 21-27
  7. AIDS: The Magic's Gone
    National Review, October 19, 1992, pp. 49-51
  8. [+]
    And the Band Played on (Review)
    And the Band Played On, by Randy Shilts
    1. And the Band Played On by Randy Shilts
    The American Spectator, February 1988, pp. 46-47
  9. Observations
    Are We Spending Too Much on AIDS?
    Commentary, October 1990, pp. 51-53
  10. Back to Falluja
    The Iraqi Army versus the Keystone Kops insurgency
    The Weekly Standard, May 8, 2006, pp. 28-32
  11. [+]
    The Bacterium that Changed History (Review)
    In the Wake of the Plague, by Norman F. Cantor
    1. In the Wake of the Plague by Norman F. Cantor
    The Claremont Review of Books, Fall 2001, p. 20
  12. [+]
    Bad Blood (Review)
    Safe Blood, by Joseph Feldschuh and Doron Weber
    1. Safe Blood by Joseph Feldschuh and Doron Weber
    National Review, February 11, 1991, pp. 54-55
  13. The Band Plays on
    The American Spectator, September 2001, p. 23
  14. Big Fat Fake
    The Atkins diet controversy and the sorry state of science journalism
    Reason, March 2003, pp. 40-49
  15. [+]
    Big Fat Lies (Review)
    Big Fat Lies, by Glenn A. Gaesser
    1. Big Fat Lies by Glenn A. Gaesser
    The American Spectator, January 1997, pp. 69-70
  16. BioEvolution (2004)
    How Biotechnology Is Changing Our World
    2 Reviews
  17. [+]
    Books in Brief (Review)
    Destroying Democracy, by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo
    1. Destroying Democracy by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo
    National Review, August 19, 1988, pp. 56-59
  18. The Casualties of War
    The Weekly Standard, February 4, 2008, pp. 12-13
  19. The Center for Defense Misinformation
    Admiral La Rocque and his crew at CDI have given new meaning to the bashing of U.S. nat...
    The American Spectator, April 1988, pp. 20-23
  20. Environment
    Chemical Warfare
    The campaign against chlorine is a campaign against modern industrial society.
    Reason, June 1994, pp. 42-43
  21. Chicken Little with a Hypodermic
    Reason, November 1988, pp. 30-34
  22. Articles
    The Chicken Littles Were Wrong
    The Weekly Standard, December 25, 2006, pp. 7-9
  23. A Confederacy of Boobs
    How Special Interests, Assorted Ideologues, and a Sensationalist Press Torpedoed Breast...
    Reason, October 1995, pp. 36-43
  24. Cover
    The Weekly Standard, November 27, 2006
  25. Covering Iraq
    The modern way of war correspondence
    National Review, November 6, 2006, pp. 42-46
  26. Crop Busters
    Self-Righteous Vandals Lead a Desperate, Ill-informed Campaign against Genetically Modi...
    Reason, January 2000, pp. 44-49
  27. A Debt That Can Never Be Repaid
    The Weekly Standard, April 21, 2008, pp. 13-14
  28. Features
    The Democrats' Special Forces Fetish
    A fatuous promise to "double the size" of our elite military units
    The Weekly Standard, March 5, 2007, pp. 20-24
  29. Science
    Dirty Water
    Will the United States Repeat Peru's Chlorine Folly?
    Reason, May 1996, pp. 52-53
  30. The Dying Dutchman: Coming Soon to a Nursing Home Near You
    For eighteen years, euthanasia has been widespread in the Netherlands. Many Dutch claim...
    The American Spectator, October 1991, pp. 18-22
  31. Easy Reading
    Looking for instructions on how to sabotage a toxic chemical plant? Just ask the EPA
    The New Republic, January 21, 2002, pp. 13-15
  32. The EPA's Hot Air
    The Weekly Standard, July 7, 1997, pp. 18-20
  33. Exploding Myths
    National Review, December 13, 1993, pp. 42-44
  34. The Fat of the Land (1997)
    The Obesity Epidemic and How Overweight Americans Can Help Themselves
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  35. [+]
    Fear and Loathing in Nicaragua (Review)
    With the Contras, by Christopher Dickey
    1. With the Contras by Christopher Dickey
    National Review, June 6, 1986, pp. 51-52
  36. Federico's Folly
    Secretary of Transportation Federico Pena got his job by wasting $10 billion on the big...
    The American Spectator, December 1993, pp. 42-51
  37. Flight from Reality
    Why did the Secretary of Transportation insist ValuJet was safe when his own aides told...
    The New Republic, October 7, 1996, pp. 20-22
  38. Featurse
    Fuss and Features
    Pandemic panic over the avian flu
    The Weekly Standard, November 21, 2005, pp. 24-30
  39. Books
    Good News, Bad News (2 Reviews)
    Earth Report 2000, by Ronald Bailey
    1. Earth Report 2000 by Ronald Bailey
    2. State of the World 2000 by Lester Brown
    Reason, June 2000, pp. 59-61
  40. Gulf Lore Syndrome
    Why are Gulf War Vets Getting Sick? You Won't Find Out by Reading the New York Times an...
    Reason, March 1997, pp. 22-33
  41. The Guns of Vieques
    A very silly, but very trendy, cause
    National Review, June 25, 2001, p. 30
  42. The "Hate Crime" Craze
    The Weekly Standard, March 30, 1998, pp. 18-19
  43. Heavy Silence
    Why no One Wants to Talk About Obesity and Breast Cancer
    Reason, April 1998, pp. 54-55
  44. [+]
    Heretic (Review)
    Rethinking AIDS, by Robert S. Root-Bernstein
    1. Rethinking AIDS by Robert S. Root-Bernstein
    Commentary, July 1993, pp. 58-59
  45. Hormonally Challenged
    Alarmists claim man-made chemicals called" ednocrine disrupters" are causing widespread...
    The American Spectator, October 1999, pp. 26-31
  46. How Many Gays?
    National Review, April 26, 1993, pp. 28-33
  47. Illinois
    Hot Air in the Windy City
    Policy Review, Winter 1986, pp. 83-86
  48. [+]
    In Focus (Review)
    The Criminal Type
    1. Crime and Human Nature by James Q. Wilson and Richard J. Herrnstein
    Chronicles, April 1986, p. 39
  49. [+]
    In Focus (Review)
    Iconoclast of the Center
    1. Cutting Edges by Charles Krauthammer
    Chronicles, May 1986, p. 36
  50. [+]
    Less Fun All the Time (Review)
    AIDS in the Mind of America, by Dennis Altman
    1. AIDS in the Mind of America by Dennis Altman
    National Review, July 18, 1986, pp. 50-51
  51. Letters
    Commentary, February 1988, pp. 2-20
  52. Letters
    Commentary, February 1991, pp. 2-16
  53. Letters
    Commentary, April 1992, pp. 2-14
  54. Letters
    Commentary, December 1993, pp. 2-18
  55. [+]
    Liability (Review)
    Liability, by Peter W. Huber
    1. Liability by Peter W. Huber
    The American Spectator, March 1989, pp. 42-43
  56. Art & Politics
    Living Off The Fat of the Land
    The only people benefiting from diet books are the authors.
    The Washington Monthly, January 1998, pp. 40-42
  57. Media, AIDS, and Truth
    National Review, June 21, 1993, pp. 45-46
  58. A Merck-y Business
    The Weekly Standard, March 12, 2007, pp. 13-14
  59. [+]
    More for Less (Review)
    Myths of Rich and Poor, by W. Michael Cox and Richard Alm
    1. Myths of Rich and Poor by W. Michael Cox and Richard Alm
    Reason, April 1999, pp. 63-65
  60. More Hot Air from the EPA
    The Weekly Standard, October 2, 2006, pp. 14-17
  61. The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS (1989)
    How a Tragedy Has Been Distorted by the Media and Partisan Politics
    4 Reviews, 2 Readable
  62. [+]
    Nailing Mailer (Review)
    The Victim's Song, by Alice R. Kaminsky
    1. The Victim's Song by Alice R. Kaminsky
    Chronicles, August 1986, p. 33
  63. The Nation's Pulse
    Heterosexual AIDS: Part ?
    The American Spectator, July 1994, pp. 44-45
  64. Features
    The New Band of Brothers
    With the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, in Ramadi
    The Weekly Standard, June 19, 2006, pp. 25-32
  65. Notes & Comment
    "Road Rage" Versus Reality
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1998, pp. 12-17
  66. Features
    The Other War
    Afghanistan is a winnable conflict. Too bad it's being fought on the cheap
    The Weekly Standard, June 11, 2007, pp. 24-32
  67. Pishposh from the 1980s
    Reviewing the decade's Big Stories.
    The American Spectator, March 1990, pp. 22-23
  68. The Political Uses of an Epidemic
    The New Republic, August 8, 1988, pp. 19-23
  69. The Politics of Cancer Testing
    In orchestrating the Great Alar Scare of 1989, outfits like the Natural Resources Defen...
    The American Spectator, August 1990, pp. 18-23
  70. Polluted Science
    Reason, Aug/Sept 1997, pp. 28-42
  71. Features
    Return to Ramadi
    U.S. forces have made progress in one of the toughest cities in Iraq
    The Weekly Standard, November 27, 2006, pp. 23-33
  72. Scents and Senselessness
    The Anti-Fragrance Movement has its nose out of joint-and sweet-smelling Canada is lead...
    The American Spectator, April 2000, pp. 24-29
  73. Science
    Fear of Phoning
    Reason, June 1993, pp. 52-53
  74. Science Under Siege (1993)
    How the Environmental Misinformation Campaign Is Affecting Our Lives
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  75. Shock Journalism
    The Junk Reporting Behind the Power Line-Cancer Connection
    Reason, January 1995, pp. 22-29
  76. Sick
    People with 'Multiple Chemical Sensitivity' are Definitely Suffering. The Question is, ...
    Reason, June 1996, pp. 20-27
  77. Columns
    A Sixth Opinion
    Unimpeded by Science, a Presidential Panel Will Declare That Gulf War Syndrome is Real.
    Reason, February 1998, pp. 46-47
  78. Some Dare Call Them Robber Barons
    National Review, March 13, 1987, pp. 32-38
  79. Special Report: The Asbestos Rip-Off
    Coming soon to a school or office near you: a life-saving innovation that could kill yo...
    The American Spectator, October 1989, pp. 21-26
  80. Special Report: The Incredible Shrinking AIDS Epidemic
    There's finally good news about AIDS, yet no one wants to hear it. so statistics are do...
    The American Spectator, May 1989, pp. 21-26
  81. Regulation
    Sponge Bath
    How the FDA Squeezes Women's Choices
    Reason, June 1995, pp. 42-43
  82. Features
    The Squeaky Wheel Syndrome
    The federal government spends tax dollars disproportionately on a chosen few illnesses ...
    The American Spectator, December 1998, pp. 24-29
  83. On Political Books
    Technical Foul (Review)
    Not even Magic can change the facts about AIDS.
    1. What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS by Earvin "Magic" Johnson
    The Washington Monthly, December 1992, pp. 46-49
  84. Tennaids
    The government's latest fib about HIV
    The New Republic, August 10, 1992, pp. 17-18
  85. Test Anxiety
    Why are Environmentalists Afraid of Pesticide Research?
    Reason, December 1998, pp. 81-83
  86. Features
    Tough Americans
    The inspiring stories of soldiers wounded in Iraq
    The Weekly Standard, July 30, 2007, pp. 22-27
  87. [+]
    Trashing the Planet (Review)
    Trashing the Planet, by Dixie Lee Ray and Lou Guzzo
    1. Trashing the Planet by Dixie Lee Ray and Lou Guzzo
    The American Spectator, January 1991, p. 42
  88. Trick Question
    Conservatives say Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a liberal hoax. But they'...
    The New Republic, February 3, 2003, pp. 18-21
  89. [+]
    Trouble in the Tropic of Cancer (Review)
    The Cancer Industry, by Ralph W. Moss
    1. The Cancer Industry by Ralph W. Moss
    Reason, April 1991, pp. 55-56
  90. USA Today's Arson Artistry
    USA today won plaudits when it revealed that reports of black church burnings were over...
    The American Spectator, December 1996, pp. 28-33
  91. Vietnam Flashback
    Does Agent Orange Cause Diabetes?
    Reason, July 2000, pp. 46-47
  92. What Causes AIDS?
    The Debate Continues
    Reason, December 1994, pp. 32-41
  93. What Gulf War Syndrome?
    Did the Gulf War make you sick? The White House thinks so, and so does Sen. Jay Rockefe...
    The American Spectator, May 1995, pp. 28-34
  94. What Kind Of Fuel Am I?
    On shaky scientific evidence, Congress is forging ahead to mandate the use of alternati...
    The American Spectator, November 1990, pp. 25-31
  95. [+]
    When Property Is Theft (2 Reviews)
    The Population Bomb, by Paul R. Ehrlich
    1. The Population Bomb by Paul R. Ehrlich
    2. Twenty-First-Century Miracle Medicine by Alexandra Wyke
    Reason, December 1998, p. 50
  96. No Items Found