Published February 04, 2013
There is only one solution to the present American economic malaise...
Published October 30, 2012
You should get to know the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It is only polite, because the IRS wants to get to know you better. Much better. Soon.
Published May 18, 2012
With a sputtering economy and gasoline nearly $4.00 a gallon, Congress should do what President Obama refuses to—immediately approve the Keystone pipeline.
Published March 16, 2012
The White House is trying to kill LightSquared like they did the Keystone Pipeline. Government should not pick winners and losers in the market. Yet, in this instance government chose its long-standing, entrenched friends and business partners above a free-market and property rights.
Published September 28, 2011
Mr. Buffett, you have mentioned in passing that you feel unhappy that you do not pay enough money to the government each year in taxes. As it turns out, you don’t need to wait for President Obama to sign legislation raising taxes on you. You can open up your checkbook right now, write a check payable to the United States Treasury.
Published April 28, 2011
Sen. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma would not be the first Republican tricked into losing focus on the big picture--government spending--and chasing after the deficit with real tax hikes and promises of spending restraint.
Published April 13, 2011
The president's speech on 2012 fiscal year budget included some different figures than his original budget plan.
Published March 31, 2011
The long term direction of the federal budget will be determined not by backroom negotiations in smoked-filled rooms this year or next, but by the 2012 election.
Published September 21, 2010
If we work hard, harder and hardest then today’s cheerful polling data can be the harbinger of victory when real votes by real people are counted on November 2.
Published May 27, 2010
All tax hikes are bad for the economy, but some are downright catastrophic. And that's what's coming our way courtesy of Speaker Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress.