I hope he reads this, I'd like to thank him for his work, and my awareness.
The history of the budget process, how it's written, approved and implemented is well researched by the author and presented in an entertaining and informative style.
Overall, Slivinski does a fine job providing an overview of the leftward shift in fiscal policy preferences among the leadership of the Republican Party.
Buck Wild documents the corruption of our two-party political system.
Share it with your friends and read the book by Joe Scargorough provides the inside details.
Affirming or negating the simple proposition, "there's little conservative about George W. Bush," is an excellent indicator of political preference in America. Read morePublished on January 29, 2008 by Bernard Chapin
For proponets of limited government this is a must read. I've often thought that if I really knew how to follow the money, I'd get closer to the truth of our government. Read morePublished on April 20, 2007 by Andy Johnson
Don'e blame me, I voted *** Libertarian ***. This book does a fine job of showing how the "two party" system has become one big party at your expense! Read morePublished on October 23, 2006 by R. Paul
While this book is an excellent contribution to the increasingly heated public discussion over what GOP rule in Washington has meant for the country's fiscal affairs, I believe... Read morePublished on September 26, 2006 by T. DeHaven