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Paul Ryan's poverty plan charts a moderate path, not a conservative one

Rep. Ryan departs after a news conference in Washington

Fundamental critiques of welfare programs are left out, while implying tweaking could work.

Flood insurance welfare for the rich

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A Senate bill would gut reforms of a program that serves as a subsidy to the one percent.

Budget negotiators should pick the low-hanging fruit

Sessions, Ryan, Murray and Van Hollen talk to reporters as they emerge from an informal meeting of Congressional budget conferees to set a path for their negotiations on the federal budget, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington

Duplicate programs should be easy targets for cuts.

GAO probes skyrocketing federal abortion spending

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'The federal government providing funding to abortion providers is a serious problem in our nation'

Report: TSA employee misconduct leapt by 26 percent

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Employees stole thousands of dollars, slept on the job and let friends freely pass through security

The government has no idea how many agencies it has

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No complete official government list of federal agencies and programs currently exists.

GAO: Medicare remains ‘high-risk’ for over $44 billion in ‘improper payments’

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‘Medicare spending must be held much more firmly in check’

GAO: IRS should audit more wealthy Americans - TheDCNF

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The IRS already audits wealthier Americans at a much higher rate