They do nothing that warrants punishment and nothing of external value. That is their workday: errands for the sake of errands administering, refining, following and collaborating on process. "Process is your friend" is what delusional civil se
During this current partial government shutdown, President Trump has repeatedly threatened to declare a State of National Emergency and use the U.S. military to build his coveted wall across our southern border. And conservatives--even many of the o
Veterans' medical costs expected to be a growing cost of conflicts
Leaders Head for a Pacific Island---Don't Expect Them to Hang Around
I was flipping through TV channels recently and came across a show on Discovery or National Geographic about the swankest hotels in the world. The featured hotel on the particular episode was a hotel in Morocco that was preparing to host a United Na
Hurricane Cost May Skyrocket As Billions In Stealth Fighter Jets Unaccounted For; Tyndall AFB "Complete Loss"
A combination of factors will see federal agencies trying to spend as much as 40 percent of their budgets in the final two months of the fiscal year.
Government creates a problem. Government becomes more authoritarian to solve that problem. This creates more problems. Government becomes even more authoritarian…
The country would be wise to let the market take a shot at cleaning up government waste.
Since its inception in 1935, all funds collected that weren't disbursed to beneficiaries each year were converted into federal IOUs known as special-issue Treasury bonds. By law, the fund could do nothing else.
--Will Send 60 Busloads of Kids with Meals And T-Shirts to Anti-Gun March
Right now, the U.S. government is operating in the negative on every front: it's spending far more than what it makes (and takes from the American taxpayers) and it is borrowing heavily (from foreign governments and Social Security) to keep the go
On February 19, I published a commentary about how the federal government couldn't account for $21 trillion and how the General Accounting Office concludes year after year that the nation's books are "not trustworthy" and not in compliance wi
US president reported to be seeking display similar to Bastille Day celebration in Paris
--And They're Forcing Us to Pay For It Both Congress and the Department of Homeland Security have never justified the biometric scanners at airports that could cost Americans $1 billion in 2018.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul claimed Saturday that the U.S. has spent around $300,000 to fund a clown school in Argentina.
With President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner trying to find a middle ground that minimizes the damage the Fiscal Cliff would do to the economy, cuts to military spending must be on the table.