‘A Valley Forge Moment for Conservatives’
U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s speech to the American Spectator’s annual dinner.
Parochialism Is Not the Fiscal Way for America
Earmarks and special interests lead to less fiscal responsibility.
Passing the Buck has Turned to Passing the Debt
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Congress Defends the UN: Coburn Opposes
Taxpayers expect elected officials to safeguard their money, not the U.N.’s penchant for secrecy
The Minnesota bridge may have collapsed because of a structural flaw. Earmarks and pork are Congress’ structural flaws.
Minimum Wage Bill Flawed
It harms the very workers it was designed to help
Earmark Ban Shows Change Is Possible
Congress listens to weary taxpayers on spending
- Bush Talks Tough on Earmarks in Radio Address
U.S. Census Should Move Online in 2010
Bureau’s budget grows faster than population
Veto This Bloated Bill, Mr. President
Our nation is on an unsustainable course