Category Archives: Federal Budget

Meet the “Ridiculous” Federal Bureaucracy

Posted by Tina Office of Management & Budget Director Mick Mulvaney gave a presentation to the President and his cabinet to explain the complex workings of the federal bureaucracy…it stunned even the press who were allowed to remain in the … Continue reading

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Ben Carson is Quietly Making HUD More Efficient

Posted by Tina It’s been a year since Ben Carson took over as the Secretary of HUD. He’s been quietly draining the swamp and cleaning out corrupt practices that have plagued this department for years. Horace Cooper,a Co-Chairman of the … Continue reading

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Will Republicans Succeed in Pulling Back Spending?

Posted by Tina Hmmm, it seems that maybe, just maybe (fingers crossed), the outrageous spending bill recently passed can be adjusted downward. Speaker Ryan is in favor of the move, according to Clarice Feldman and the best part is that … Continue reading

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House Passes Massive Six Month Spending Bill

Posted by Tina Update at 4:18 PM: Daily Caller, “Budget Passes House, But Nearly 100 Republicans Voted Against It” A bipartisan $1.3 trillion spending bill passed in the House today in a 256-167 vote. Twenty-five outraged Republicans stood in defiance … Continue reading

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Scientific American: Climate “Crisis” not that “Big a Deal”

Posted by Tina The science journal, Scientific American, has taken a bold step in publishing a report on two essays that dramatically downplay alarmism in the global climate movement and suggest human beings have the tools to meet whatever challenges … Continue reading

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Big Government is Here to Stay

by Jack From the Washington Post, “Republicans propelled themselves to power in Washington by promising an end to fiscal recklessness. They are now embracing the kind of free spending and budget deficits they once claimed to loathe. Congress is debating … Continue reading

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The Folly of Big Government – Our Massive Debt Highlighted

Posted by Tina There are many good articles to read today but when I found one by Walter Williams I just knew he’d have something valuable to say…I wasn’t disappointed: “We have tried spending money. We are spending more than … Continue reading

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Did CNN Suddenly Wake?

Posted by Tina Holy Guacamole! A rare thing happened today. CNN, a network that gave President Trump “93% negative coverage” in the first months of his presidency, acknowledged that President Trump has been a “keeper of promises”: A politician who … Continue reading

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Rex Tillerson Downsizes at State

Posted by Tina We’re approaching the final lap of the first year in the Trump presidency. Among the many accomplishments that have contributed to the fulfillment of Trumps agenda is the downsizing of government bureaucracy. Cleaning out excessive or corrupting … Continue reading

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President Trump’s Vision to Roll Back the Regulatory State

Posted by Tina Members of President Trump’s administration recently attended a convention to talk about the President’s vision to create savings, opportunity and growth through regulatory reforms. The Washington Times reports: “The president is making fundamental changes to how the … Continue reading

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