If the president ever gets around to slimming down the bloated federal government, FEMA would be a good place to start.
A recent Washington Post article on the latest scandal at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs sheds light on how health care would work under a government-run single-payer system.
Executive immunity shields, not just the bureaucrats, but can also their entire departments from being held truly accountable.
California’s online community college program succeeds in bulking up the bureaucracy and rewarding political cronies.
A toxic culture among leadership plagues the TSA.
Parents and students deserve full educational choice, with the dollar following the scholar, as a matter of basic civil rights.
A complicated order is established to maintain the status quo.
The Trump administration aims to eliminate 19 federal agencies.
From the satirical vaults of 2005 by an unknown author who we wish we could credit, but most likely someone who was working for the government: Scientists have discovered the heaviest element yet known to science. The new element, Governmentium (symbol=Gv), has one neutron, 25 assistant neutrons, 88 deputy neutrons, and 198 assistant deputy...
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Government can hardly ever do just one thing. Its action has repercussions, and these repercussions have repercussions, and so forth. Even when the government’s initial action may seem compassionate or productive, it is highly unlike that the repercussions will prove likewise. Of course, private action also has repercussions, some of which may be unpleasant...
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