Congressional Budget Office Slams Stimulus Plan
I referenced this yesterday in another post, but it bears repeating here: the Democratic stimulus package has already failed. That is the finding of Congress’ own budget office — the CBO — which has determined that the spending component of the bill will come far too late to help restore economic growth: Less than half the money dedicated to highways, school construction and other infrastructure | Read More »
Economic Crisis Forces Congress to Spend More on Itself
Roll Call with the story: According to several Congressional sources, the House Administration Committee has alerted Members that their office accounts will increase by an average of $90,000 this year, an overall increase of about $40 million and significantly more that the increases of recent years.
Why we need Government Reform: Idiocy at Arlington National Cemetery
Let’s not get caught up in tales of lipstick and sexism. Let’s focus on what the Federal Government urgently needs – REFORM – and determine who is best to deliver it. This case sticks out as a phenomenal example of the insanity which is Department of Defense procurement. It’s not good enough that someone found the exact matching marble to replace a cracked piece at | Read More »
Coburn to AWOL Government Workers: Get Back to Work!
As if we needed yet another report to tell us that the red-tape laden government bureaucracy was inefficient (shocker…I know), Dr. Coburn’s office has just released a new report with some startling facts. The report, titled “Missing in Action: AWOL in the Federal Government” notes that: • Since 2001, federal employees at 18 departments and agencies were absent without leave (AWOL) at least 19.6 million | Read More »
Allow votes not matter the outcome
I have opened a can of worms here in Michigan with my story on Government of the people. My point was to be informed and research what will be coming before you in November. Not all is what it appears to be, as seen in all of the political posturing floating in the ariwaves these days. No one can be sure if what is said | Read More »