Policy Advisor to The Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF)
Pro to the question "Should Prostitution Be Legal?"
"Prostitution has long been illegal in the vast majority of the United States. Unfortunately, laws against prostitution often bring out the worst among the nation's law-enforcement agencies — and pose a growing threat to public health. As fear of the spread of AIDS rises, the legalization of prostitution offers one of the easiest means to limit the spread of the contagion — and of improving the quality of law enforcement in this country."
"The Legalization of Prostitution," Freedom Daily, Sep. 1998
Terrorism and Tyranny: Trampling Freedom, Justice and Peace to Rid the World of Evil, 2003
Feeling Your Pain: The Explosion and Abuse of Government Power in the Clinton-Gore Years, 2001
Freedom in Chains: The Rise of the State and the Destruction of the Citizen, 1999
Lost Rights: The Destruction of American Liberty, 1995
The Fair Trade Fraud, 1992
"The Wall Street Journal called Bovard 'the roving inspector general of the modern state,' and The Washington Post columnist George Will called him a 'one-man truth squad.'" (FFF website, accessed Dec. 11, 2007)
"Since the Clinton administration took office, Mr. Bovard's writings have been publicly denounced by FBI Director Louis Freeh, HUD director Henry Cisneros, Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman, the White House AIDS czar, and the chiefs of the U.S. International Trade Commission, the Equal Opportunity Commission, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as well as former IRS commissioner Shirley Peterson. The National Treasury Employees Union and the American Postal Workers Union have also added their condemnations." ("About Us," FFF website, accessed Dec. 11, 2007)