Arizona Senator


Jeff Flake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Jeffrey Flake (born December 31, 1962), American politician, has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 2001, representing the 6th District of Arizona ... He was born in Snowflake, Arizona (named for his great-great-grandfather), was educated at Brigham Young University and was a Mormon missionary, Executive Director of the Foundation for Democracy in Namibia, and Executive Director of the Goldwater Institute before entering the House. ..."


The Anti-Appropriator, The Wall Street Journal, 8 Jan 2008
Discusses Jeff Flake's candicacy for membership in the House Appropriations Committee
"... Mr. Flake received a 100% rating from Citizens Against Government Waste, and along with Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn is the scourge of Congressional earmarkers. In four terms in Congress, Mr. Flake has never sought a special bridge, courthouse, parking lot, or teapot museum for his district. Republican leaders were so incensed at his role in exposing GOP earmarks in 2006 that they booted him off the Judiciary Committee."
Top 10 Members of Congress Fighting for Lower Taxes, by Editors of HUMAN EVENTS, Human Events, 4 Apr 2006
"3. Rep. Jeff Flake (R.-Ariz.) Sponsor of a bill to require the Congressional Budget Office to use dynamic scoring for proposed tax cuts and co-sponsor with Rep. Ron Paul of a constitutional amendment to repeal the 16th Amendment. Consistent proponent of tax cuts and opponent of spending increases."
Related Topic: Ron Paul


How to Hurt Castro, The New York Times, 12 May 2003
"A genuine get-tough policy with Cuba would export something Americans know a little about: freedom. Let's get rid of travel license applications altogether. ... We should heed this advice and end the American policy of Soviet-style travel controls. All Americans should be free to go to Cuba without government interference."
Related Topic: Cuba