The report looks at agency spending and personnel costs.
Regulatory spending has increased 20-fold in the last 58 years, according to a new study from George Washington University (GW) and Washington University in St. Louis. [...]
This article, written by Eric Boehm, was originally published by Watchdog on May 9. The Government Accountability Office has finished its analysis of the across-the-board Federal budget cuts known as the sequestration and determined that exactly one Federal employee lost a government job. The GAO surveyed 23 Federal departments affected by the budget cuts for its 200-plus page analysis released this week.
Maybe, just maybe, it is time for a government that will worry about running the countr [...]
If one were to digest the political garbage going on in Washington with Congress, which is experiencing a whopping 8% approval rate in some of the latest polls, is that you can get the result you want by asking a question in a manner that gives you the answer you want. [...]
If extending the minimum wage to household workers is such a
great idea, why not start before the next election? [...]
Like reforming the spoils system of the 19th century, dealing with today’s incompetent, lazy, and corrupt public employees is a good deal easier said than done. As always with human affairs, self-interest rules. [...]