They are little more than handouts to special interests.
It’s not too late to turn things around — but soon it might be.
Eliminating necessary regulations would help fix our trillion-dollar infrastructure problem.
Crony capitalism is bad, even when it’s supported by those on the right.
We need spending and entitlement reform, but failing programs should be cut first.
Trump’s budget doesn’t even include absolute cuts. It just slows the rate of spending increases.
We’re finally talking workfare over welfare, and the left is screaming.
It’s a raw deal for American taxpayers.
We”re witnessing the same borrowing and spending policies that we’ve had for more than half a century.
Government that governs from a position as close to those governed as possible is best.
The state can spend only what the private sector produces, and it misallocates those resources.
All those involved in wasting taxpayer dollars should beware.
Maryland College President Defends Lavish Expense Account, Including Plane Upgrades, Private Car Service
‘The fact she has all this money is ridiculous’
National Park Service bureaucrats often respond to political pressures from interest groups to the exclusion of properly managing their parks.
Capitol Hill is oriented to fueling the status quo with federal dollars, and the opportunity for increasing federal funding is often too easy for lawmakers to pass up.
Hint: you won’t save money
Business and progressive backers of the immigration bill donated $63.2 million, but opponents gave only $2.6 million
Mark Sanford has signed the Reject the Debt spending pledge. Why hasn’t Curtis Bostic?
In his second inaugural address, the president mentioned the deficit just once.
‘The president’s proposal is nothing more than another tax hike to pay for more Washington spending’