How To Win in Virginia in 2013

    * Written with Brian Baker, President of Ending Spending As the eyes of the nation turn to key state races in 2013 – New Jersey and Virginia – the issues of fiscal responsibility and economic growth will be a yardstick for how voters measure candidates. This year, Virginia will play a critical role in the ongoing national discussion of how we reverse the massive growth | Read More »

    How To Win in Virginia in 2013

    * Written with Brian Baker, President of Ending Spending As the eyes of the nation turn to key state races in 2013 – New Jersey and Virginia – the issues of fiscal responsibility and economic growth will be a yardstick for how voters measure candidates. This year, Virginia will play a critical role in the ongoing national discussion of how we reverse the massive growth | Read More »

    The Ending Spending Model

    Yesterday I was less than complimentary of a bunch of the money spent by Republican billionaires and millionaires to advance the GOP this past year. Many of them threw good money after bad, hired marketers for technology, pooled their money with GOP ad guys who wasted it all, and some invested in massive and elaborately bureaucratic groups.One model moving forward that these people should consider | Read More »

    Obama-Reid Opposed Debt Limit Increase

    “Taxpayers Against Earmarks” is back with a great new advertisement.  The group that helped fight the anti-earmark campaign last year is now called “Ending Spending” — an equally clear name to reflect their broader mission.  With a thought-provoking new ad, Ending Spending is joining the growing fight against raising the debt limit without serious spending cuts and budget process reforms:

    Obama-Reid Opposed Debt Limit Increase

    “Taxpayers Against Earmarks” is back with a great new advertisement.  The group that helped fight the anti-earmark campaign last year is now called “Ending Spending” — an equally clear name to reflect their broader mission.  With a thought-provoking new ad, Ending Spending is joining the growing fight against raising the debt limit without serious spending cuts and budget process reforms: