In the past, Armey has been referred to as an idea machine and a one-man think tank. Armey has written four books, Price Theory: A Policy-Welfare Approach (1977), The Freedom Revolution (1995), The Flat Tax (1996), and Armey's Axioms (2003).
Armey and his wife Susan attend Lewisville Bible Church. They have five children. Armey is an avid bass fisherman and believes in the restorative powers of fishing, where he can put aside the pressures of work and spend time with his wife and children.
As Congress begins its month-long August Recess (the House broke on July 31 and the Senate is due to leave town August 7) politicians may be evading Washington, D.C.’s sweltering summer heat, but for some the political temperature has just begun to rise.
uch has been made of conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh’s statements concerning President Obama and his desire to “see him fail.” I was asked to comment on this during a recent interview.
Unfortunately, today, many elected officials, the media, and even big business have lost confidence in “the spirit of commerce” – in the American free enterprise system-- and are looking to government for the answer.
There are three groups of people who regularly spend other people's money: children, thieves, and politicians.
Fixing the tax code should be the first item on the domestic agenda and fundamental tax reform should be a critical part of the 2008 presidential campaign.
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