|Michael Fumento's books include Science Under Siege and
The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS. A senior fellow at the Hudson Institute,
he writes regularly for the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Reason and other
publications. (home page)
"Gulf Lore Syndrome",
Reason, March 1997.
"The Government's Legal Theft
Racket", San Diego Union-Tribune, December 29, 1995.
"Disabilities Act Cripples
Small Business", Washington Times, August 2, 1995.
"How the Media and Lawyers
Stir Up False Illness", Chicago Tribune, January 19, 1996.
"A Confederacy of Boobs"
(breast implant controversy), Reason, October 1995.
"Shock Journalism: The Junk
Reporting Behind the Power Line-Cancer Connection", Reason, January
|A lawyer, writer, and partner in the Washington, D.C. law
firm of Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans, Peter Huber is one of
the nation's best-known experts on telecommunications and antitrust.
His books include Liability: The Legal Revolution and Its Consequences
(Basic Books, 1988) and Galileo's
Revenge: Junk Science in the Courtroom (Basic Books, 1991). A
regular columnist in Forbes, he is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
"Easy Lawsuits Make Bad
Medicine", Forbes, April 21, 1997.
"Rx: Radical Lawyerectomy"
(save Medicare by amputating litigators), Forbes, January 27, 1997.
"Fleeing Alabama", Forbes,
July 15, 1996.
"Liability Lies", Forbes,
March 13, 1995.
"Health, Death, and Economics"
(smokers' longevity and the public purse), Forbes, May 10, 1993.
"A Woman's Right to Choose"
(feminists and breast implant controversy), Forbes, February 17, 1992.
"Junk Science in the Courtroom",
Forbes, July 8, 1991.
"The Lawyers Versus the Homeless",
Forbes, July 9, 1990.
"Malpractice Law -- A Defective
Product", Forbes, April 16, 1990.
"The Clinical Ecology Scam",
Forbes, October 2, 1989.
|The editor of Overlawyered.com
and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Walter Olson is the author
of The Litigation Explosion: What Happened When America Unleashed the Lawsuit
(Dutton, 1991) and The
Excuse Factory: How Employment Law Is Paralyzing the American Workplace
(Free Press, 1997). A frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal
and other publications, he writes a monthly column in Reason. (home
"Firing Squad: In the gun
litigation wars, who really speaks for federalism?", Reason, May 1999.
"Kingdom of the One-Eyed: ADA
advocates show a blind spot on safety", Reason, July 1998.
"Say what? Civil rights
enforcers go after 'accent discrimination'", Reason, November 1997.
"Shut up, they explained: The
speech police discover 'zero tolerance'", Reason, June 1997.
"Thanks for the memories:
how lawyers get the testimony they want," Reason, June 1998.
"Tripp wire: How informers
ended up behind every office potted plant", Reason, April 1998.
|A writer in residence at the Brookings Institution in Washington,
Jonathan Rauch is a columnist for National Journal and the author of books
including Kindly Inquisitors: The New Attacks on Free Thought (1993) and
Demosclerosis: The Silent Killer of American Government (1994).
"Paranoid, with delusions
of discrimination" (forensic psychiatry in workplace litigation), National
Journal, July 24, 1999.
"Hey, kids! Don't read this!"
(refusing to distinguish adolescents from toddlers not a good safety strategy),
National Journal, July 10, 1999.
"A morning at the ministry
of speech" (campaign finance regulation), National Journal, May 29,
"Earthquake in P.C.-Land"
(speech code toppled at U. Wisc.), National Journal, March 6, 1999.
"Read this or I'll sue
you", National Journal, February 6, 1999.
"Drop that ad, or we shoot"
(campaign finance law), National Journal, October 24, 1998.
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