Blog 

President Trump's Executive Order Targets the Regulatory State

by Spencer Woody / /

On Monday, President Trump signed an executive order to reduce regulation and control for regulatory cost.
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Research 

Executive Orders Pave Way for Some Savings, but Also More Spending

by Demian Brady / /

During President Trump's first week he has issued a flurry of executive orders and memoranda, some of which will impact federal spending.
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Research 

Reducing Discretionary Spending Alone Cannot Balance the Budget

by Demian Brady, Spencer Woody / /

If Congress and President Trump want to balance the budget, they must address the underlying causes of federal spending, namely entitlement programs.
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Blog 

Deficiencies in Reporting Prevent a Clear View of the Federal Government's Financial Health

by Demian Brady, Spencer Woody / /

According to a recent Government Accountability Office report, the federal government continues to lack effective financial reporting.
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Blog 

"Mission Creep" Leads to Costly Duplication and Ineffectiveness

by Spencer Woody / /

Mission Creep in federal agencies and departments must be addressed in order to prevent overlap and confusion.
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Research Blog 

Repealing the ACA Will Bring Tax Relief

by Demian Brady / /

Repealing the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, will provide needed tax relief to taxpayers.
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Blog 

Senator Flake Reveals Wastebook 2017

by Spencer Woody / /

In order to promote transparency in the federal budget, Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) releases the latest Wastebook.
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Taxpayer's Tab 

2017: The State of the Budget

by Demian Brady / /

The New Year heralds a new Congress and a new President. Unfortunately, they will have to grapple with a persistent and worsening problem: the federal debt.
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Research 

Paid Parental Leave Bill Could Hurt D.C.'s Economy

by Spencer Woody / /

D.C. City Council fails to recognize the potential economic impact of their parental leave bill.
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Research 

Congressmen Push for New Social Security Commission

by Spencer Woody / /

Congressmen Tom Cole (R-OK) and Congressman John Delaney (D-MD) are seeking to establish new Social Security Commission.
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