Anymore yes! one word ...absolutely... I had written any longer at first, then edited it so not to have two any longers too close together, and changed the first longer for more and left it separated by mistake (blushing).
Delete the to by all means.
Although to can be used to place indirect objects after direct objects, it usually applies to action verbs.
"Bush was signing books like crazy yesterday. With a first printing of 1.5 million copies there will be plenty of benefits, but the CIA does not ask him questions anymore. Now, he can change his history, but his decisions will not change ours any longer."