Memo to Congress: Repeal Medicare Drug Plan Now
The House recently adopted an amendment barring Medicare (and Medicaid) from paying for Viagra or other impotence drugs. That’s all well and good, and certainly will garner headlines for some representatives. But while taking this small step toward sanity, the | Read More »
Electing Republicans Is Only First Step to Stopping Taxes
Conventional wisdom holds that by putting Republicans in charge of government, voters insulate themselves from tax hikes. The record since 1994, however, when the GOP swept to power both in Congress and in many state capitals, provides a sobering correction. | Read More »
Congress Packs Highway Bill With Pork
GOP Majority Celebrates Christmas in May
Congress Must Use Bush Budget Levels as a Ceiling, Not a Floor
The critical need for spending restraint in the congressional budget
Bereft of Ideas, Democrats Looking to Dean for Leadership
He offers nothing but failed, big government liberalism
The Vital Need for Spending Restraint in the Second Bush Term
Tax relief didn’t give us deficits, spending did.
The Huffington Tax Dodge
She has criticized wealthy taxpayers who refuse to pay their “fair share,” but in the past two years the multi-millionaire has paid no state income tax as a California resident and only $771 in federal income taxes.