Sen. Coburn Fails to Sway Republicans From Taxpayer Protection Pledge
The GOP stuck to its guns on spending cuts and no tax hikes despite rigorous wheeling, dealing and wrangling from Obama and the Republican senator.
Will Taxes Doom Obama In 2012?
Obama and the Dems have given up more than most know in the recent “tax cut” deal.
“Red State Uprising” Details Tea Party’s Remaking of GOP
Erick Erickson and Lew Uhler describe the power of the Tea Party movement as it cut a swath through the modern Republican Party.
Anti-Tax Pledge Takes on Urgency
For the 2010 GOP primaries, the Taxpayer Protection Pledge grows in importance.
The Taxman Cometh
President Obama chose former GOP Sen. Al Simpson for the deficit commission because he needed Republican cover for tax increases.
Don’t Give Obama a VAT
The campaign to impose a VAT is the opening shot announcing that this struggle has now officially begun.
Top Down vs. Bottom Up
Should Republican candidates have to pass a litmus test before he or she is eligible for funding and support?
Who Was Jack Kemp?
Few men have accomplished as much in one lifetime…
Democratic Tax-and-Regulate Congress Won’t Bar the Internet Tax
What the vote on the Internet Tax Moratorium means for the economy, and tells us about the nature of politics.
Bush Budget Curbs Spending Growth
But expands the federal budget at the same time
Raising Taxes Would Doom GOP in 2008
But will Democrats trick Republican into it anyway?
Special Feature: Carrying Out the MandateKeep Moving Toward Lower, Flatter Tax Rates
PART 6: Helping Americans become owners of their own fortunes