Krugtron the Invincible…or Krugman the Inadvertent Opponent of Tax Increases?

May 2, 2013.

Why Art Laffer’s Unfortunate Endorsement of a State Sales Tax Cartel Is Misguided

April 22, 2013.

Unexpected Praise for Australia’s Private Social Security System

April 22, 2013.

New GAO Study Mistakenly Focuses on Make-Believe Tax Expenditures

April 17, 2013.

Entitlement Spending Is America’s Biggest Fiscal Challenge, but Discretionary Spending Is Still Far too High

April 16, 2013.

A Tax Haven Primer for the New York Times

April 12, 2013.

According to Washington Post Exposé, People Who Utilize Tax Havens Are Far More Honest than Politicians

April 9, 2013.

A Bait-and-Switch Budget Plan?

April 5, 2013.

Identifying the Right “Depreciation” Tax Policy

April 4, 2013.

Was William Shakespeare the First Libertarian?

April 2, 2013.

Question of the Week: What’s the Right Point on the Laffer Curve?

April 1, 2013.

Targeting Multinationals, the OECD Launches New Scheme to Boost the Tax Burden on Business

March 27, 2013.

The Laffer Curve Bites Ireland in the Butt

March 22, 2013.

Lessons from Cyprus

March 18, 2013.

The Ryan Budget: Is Returning to Clinton-Era Levels of Fiscal Restraint Really Asking too Much?

March 18, 2013.

Senator Patty Murray Is Right…and Completely Wrong…about the 1990s

March 14, 2013.

Everything You Need to Know About the Ryan Budget

March 12, 2013.

My Heart Breaks and Tears Flow When I Read about Sequestration Being a Big Defeat for Lobbyists

March 11, 2013.

Challenge for Keynesian Anti-Sequester Hysterics, Part II: Why Did America’s Economy Boom When Reagan and Clinton Cut Spending?

March 8, 2013.

Challenge for Keynesian Anti-Sequester Hysterics, Part I: Why Did Canada’s Economy Boom When the Burden of Spending Was Sharply Reduced?

March 7, 2013.

Let’s Shed a Tear for Under-Appreciated Bureaucrats

March 1, 2013.

Earth to New York Times: Please Show Us these “Deep Spending Cuts” You Keep Writing About

February 26, 2013.

Defending Cato from Paul Krugman’s Inaccurate Assertions

February 18, 2013.

Jack Lew’s Cayman Adventure

February 15, 2013.

If Spending Is Capped So It Grows at the Rate of Inflation, the Budget Is Balanced in 2018

February 6, 2013.