Budget and Deficit
When It's Medicaid, Protect the Work Horses, Not the Gift Horses
Medicaid expansion comes with “free” money that always seems to cost a lot.
The Stock Market Isn't Troubled by the Sequester Cuts
If the sequester cuts are hurting the economy, the stock market hasn’t noticed.
Why Conservatives Underestimated the Sequester Impact
Conservatives should not assume bureaucrats will think or act like private sector business when implementing the sequester cuts.
What Do You Call Obama's Proposal to Sell the TVA? A Good Start.
The Obama administration proposes selling the TVA. The only question we have is why stop there?
Obama to Seniors: It's Time for You to Pay
Seniors strongly supported Mitt Romney in the 2012 election over President Barack Obama, and now Obama attempts to get his revenge in his most recent budget proposal with cuts to Social Security and Medicare, as well as tax hikes for estates and 401(k)s.
A Federal Agency Promotes Discrimination By Trying To Fight It
The U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been ratcheting up its use of some questionable methods for determining hiring or pay discrimination, amounting to a perpetual witch hunt of manufactured culprits to harass in order to justify their own existence—and budget.
Some in GOP eye Obama ideas with envy
While some conservatives admire Obama's $100 billion initiative to map the human brain, IPI's Merrill Matthews warns: "We also have to remember that doing so requires the government to allocate the research funds. And as we saw with Solyndra and several other now-defunct companies, this administration hasn’t always made good choices.”
Okay, We Take It Back
Based on the Senate budget resolution passed early Saturday morning, we were better off when the Senate didn’t pass budgets.
Cyprus Is Just Proposing a More Efficient Way to Steal Taxpayer Money
Cyprus proposes a quick and efficient way to do what President Obama has already done.
Good Policy Is Still Good Politics
By showing that they are serious about restraining the growth of government spending, Republicans leaders have made themselves relevant again.
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