Bureaucracy on Townhall

Walter E. Williams - Wed Jun 11

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Mar 27

Daniel J. Mitchell - Wed Jun 12

I’ve shared some outrageous stories about bureaucrats ripping off taxpayers. So perhaps it is time to create a Bureaucrat-of-the-Year Award to honor the parasite who best exemplifies the unofficial SEIU motto of “Better Living on the Taxpayer Teat.” ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Tue Jun 4

With many European nations already in the midst of a fiscal crisis caused by excessive government, and with most other industrialized nations heading down the same path thanks to aging populations and poorly designed entitlement programs, this would be a good time for supposed experts to propose ways to rein in the welfare state. ... more

Chris Edwards - Mon Jan 28

If you aren’t convinced yet that there is too much government bureaucracy in America, then this article is well worth reading. Here are some highlights. ... more

Suzanne Fields - Fri Jan 18

The last of the college applications have been rewritten, tweaked and polished, and at last entrusted to the tender mercies of the U.S. Mail or the Internet. Fretting over deadlines morphs into waiting, and yearning, wishing and praying for coveted letters of acceptance. This is the annual crisis in thousands of homes with ambitious high school seniors -- the high school seniors and their parents who still believe that college is the route to the American Dream. ... more

Laura E. Huggins - Wed Dec 19

From the World Resources Institutes initiative for Keeping Options Alive to the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity, calls for conserving biodiversity are persistent. This goal appears reasonable, at least on its face. Who would argue against a wider variety of plants and animals increasing our chances for a life-saving drug in the future? It has, after all, happened before. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Sun Nov 25

International bureaucracies also have a nasty habit of operating in the shadows and using thuggish behavior to thwart critics. ... more

Ed Feulner - Sat Sep 15

On Sept. 10, 2001, I flew back to Washington from Frankfurt, Germany, with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich. We discussed a host of domestic and foreign policy issues before landing at Dulles International Airport that bright, crisp fall day. Neither of us had any idea how our worlds, and the worlds of every American -- indeed, of everyone “on the planet,” as Newt often says -- would be completely upended within the next 24 hours. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Sep 3

The political parties throw a lot of glitz at us with their made-for-TV spectaculars, which we call conventions. ... more

Daniel J. Mitchell - Mon May 28

Now, as Yogi Berra would say, it’s deja vu all over again. The EEOC is agitated because a Massachusetts coffee chain apparently has hired too many attractive young women. ... more