Complaints allegedly stem from ‘one of the men that cuts several yards’
‘Federal Employee Defense Services’ insurance protects bureaucrats, encourages litigation
Under President Trump, the federal bureaucracy has new leadership.
Way to go, Barack! Hope and change!
Despite veterans preference in federal hiring, VA usually offers only menial jobs
‘Think of having 100 bosses. Think of reporting to 100 people. It makes no sense. You could not do your job under those circumstances’
‘What I’ve learned was, passionately, how to draw, and how to engage and entertain people’
County regulations help chase away another once-thriving industry
Obamacare includes provisions that make repealing the Independent Payment Advisory Board nearly impossible.
Why Thursday’s Obamacare ruling shouldn’t have surprised people.
If fundamental changes in the underlying management culture of federal agencies aren’t made, the GSA scandal won’t be the last time taxpayer funds disappear.
In recent decades, passive judges have allowed local zoning boards to get out of control.
Hundreds of large infrastructure projects are caught in bureaucratic bottlenecks.
Burdensome regulations are destroying good-paying jobs in the medical device industry. That must change.
To a bureaucrat, failure means a bigger budget and an expanded mission.
Ultimately, the public will have to hold independent agencies accountable.
Decisions like which treatment options to pursue are best left to our intellectual superiors.
As the number of regulators has increased, the number of people overseeing the regulators has declined.
Even a blind squirrel occasionally finds an acorn.
The regulatory state’s price tag continues to grow.