Archive for October, 2012

Spending Drives the Debt

Originally posted at the Coalition to Reduce Spending (Note: I am a member of the Board of Directors of the Coalition to Reduce Spending) Over at EconomicFreedom.org, Sam Patterson wrote an informative blog post entitled “We’ll Never Know the True Cost of the National Debt,” which is worth highlighting. Throughout the piece, Patterson throws out […]

Romney Shined – Will it Last?

I’ve shocked myself by feeling this way, but Mitt Romney has finally impressed me. As a Massachusetts native (and adopted Texan, thank God) I’ve been waiting a long time for my former Governor to fire me up. And I’ll admit – his debate performance Wednesday night actually got me excited. Romney looked presidential. Obama looked […]

New Fiscal Year Resolutions

Originally posted at the Coalition to Reduce Spending (Note: I am a member of the Board of Directors of the Coalition to Reduce Spending) Happy New Year! Well, maybe it’s not so happy, and certainly, most people don’t realize this, but October 1st marks the beginning of the federal government’s new fiscal year. What does […]