Tag: Government waste
U.S. Government Could Max Out Its Credit by Early September

If things go as analysts at the Bipartisan Policy Center expect, the U.S. government will face a heightened risk of defaulting on its $22 trillion debt in early September.

California Farmers Waiting on a Train That Will Never Come

As monumental boondoggles go, it’s hard to top California’s bullet train.

U. S. Defense Contractor Shows How Government Regulation Can Lead to Price Gouging

Government regulation contributes to stifling effective competition in the free market which leads to price gouging and excessive inflation.

The Craziness of Pork Barrel Spending

In 2011, the U.S. Congress supposedly banned fiscal “earmarks“. But special-interest budget earmarks didn’t go entirely away.

Death, Taxes, and Government Waste

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Perhaps, there is a third thing: government waste.

Wave of Red Ink Set to Strike Social Security

Beginning next year, the total amount of Social Security benefits paid out to beneficiaries will exceed the amount of money that working Americans pay into it.

A Check-Writing, Wealth Redistribution Machine

When you think of all the ways that the U.S. government spends money, which of its functions do you think tops the list?

Bureaucrats Licensed to Spend Your Tax Dollars

Every September, as the end of the U.S. government’s fiscal year draws near, thousands of federal bureaucrats go on a massive spending bender.

Another Really Bad Idea in Illinois

California isn’t the only state with a federal government-funded bullet train project that will never live up to expectations.

First Class Flying and Dining on Taxpayer Dollars

When some federal bureaucrats have the opportunity to feast out on the town at taxpayer expense, they go all out.

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