European Countries Can’t Continue on Their Spendaholic Track

US News and World Report Online. May 30, 2013.

Cutting Through the Rhetoric on Defense Sequestration

World Politics Review. January 6, 2012.

Cut the Talk — and the Spending

National Review (Online). March 16, 2004.

Enough Talking about Fiscal Responsibility — Let’s Cut Spending

Cato.org. March 15, 2004.

Government Overspends, Again, and Calls it “Fiscal Responsibility”

Cato.org. February 25, 2004.

Budget Busting Bushies: Overspending is not fiscal responsibility.

National Review (Online). February 24, 2004.

Elimination Lost: What happened to abolishing the Department of Education?

National Review (Online). February 11, 2004.

Doing a Poor Job with Our Money

Cato.org. February 11, 2004.

Again, What Fiscal Responsibility?

National Review (Online). February 3, 2004.

Equal Time: Slash Domestic Spending to Pay For Rising War Cost

Atlanta Journal-Constitution. September 24, 2003.

Slash Domestic Spending to Pay for Rising War Cost

Atlanta Journal-Constitution. September 24, 2003.

Death By Taxes

Cato.org. September 8, 2003.

European Politicians Want to Tax U.S. Companies

Cato.org. September 4, 2003.

“Conservative” Bush Spends More than “Liberal” Presidents Clinton, Carter

Cato.org. July 31, 2003.

The Mother of All Big Spenders: Bush spends like Carter and panders like Clinton.

National Review (Online). July 28, 2003.

May the Best Investment Win

Cato.org. July 10, 2003.

What Fiscal Discipline?

Cato.org. June 14, 2003.

GOP Should Give Spending Cuts a Chance

Cato.org. April 9, 2003.

On Spending, Bush Is No Reagan

Cato.org. April 1, 2003.

Hey, Big Spender

Cato.org. March 26, 2003.

Tax Increases Won’t Cure Federal Deficit

Cato.org. March 24, 2003.

Lower Taxes, Greater Growth

National Post. March 19, 2003.

Cutting Edge

Cato.org. March 6, 2003.

1920s Income Tax Cuts Sparked Economic Growth and Raised Federal Revenues

Cato.org. March 4, 2003.

Bush’s Achilles’ Heel

National Review (Online). February 11, 2003.