For all of the crticism they taken, it looks like George W.'s tax cuts, particularly the second round, might be helping boost the economy. In today's "Review and Outlook" the writer notes that invesment has indeed accelerated, temporary employment numbers are up, and small businesses have a "greater appetite for hiring." Once thought as a "one-time boost," the cuts, much to the Democrats' chagrin, just might be having a lasting effect.