The 2013 government 'Waste Book' released by Republican Senator Tom Coburn is here and like all of the books before it, details continuing and egregious uses of taxpayer money.
Whenever the federal government steps in, inefficiency, dysfunction and waste seem to be quick to follow—and the National Park Service is no different.
Remember, the Senator Majority Leader is the same guy who falsely accused Governor Mitt Romney last year of not paying his taxes for ten years on the floor of the U.S. Senate.
I almost feel sorry for the guy.
The Times reports that sequestration cut $350 million from the courts’ annual budget.
Michael Schwartz, a great man who passed this earth on Feb. 3 at age 63, was an anomaly.
Just because the sequestration cuts are bad doesn't mean the defense budget should be sacrosanct.
Senator Tom Coburn released the Wastebook 2012 today detailing the 100 most egregious wastes of taxpayer money. It's emblematic of the waste found everywhere in the federal budget.
Tom Coburn released the "Wastebook Report" today, which features 100 wasteful places that the government is spending money.
Conservatives in Congress are fighting to undo mandatory cuts to defense spending, slated to bite in January. Called “the Sequester,” these automatic cuts would gut important Pentagon programs, undermining our national security. Even worse, these automatic cuts do not distinguish between wasteful and efficient spending due to their mechanistic nature.
Just about every Republican candidate for office in the country is an unabashed opponent of ObamaCare. But if they get rid of the Democrat's health reform law, what would they replace it with?
They appeal to comity, defined as a friendly social atmosphere, social harmony. That was undoubtedly Barack Obama’s greatest attribute as a candidate. He promised a new politics, a new cordiality. No more red state/blue divisions. He touted his Senate friendship with Oklahoma ’s Tom Coburn. It was genuine.