The federal government owns 28 percent of the land in the United States, including about half of the land in the 11 westernmost states.
The Washington Post has published another report on the Glenn Defense Navy scandal.
The incoming Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, has talked in the past about abolishing the department that he will be running.
President-elect Donald Trump says that he will cut wasteful spending and “drain the swamp” in Washington.
The Washington Post has a blockbuster story today documenting vast overhead costs in the Department of Defense (DoD).
In a new report for the Heritage Foundation, Michael Sargent summarizes what we need on infrastructure from the incoming Trump administration.
President-elect Donald Trump has promised large increases in infrastructure investment.
Cato’s forum on Capitol Hill yesterday featured Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma. The senator mainly talked about his Federal Fumbles report, but he also mentioned his proposed “Taxpayers Right-to-Know Act.”
The federal government has suffered from waste, fraud, and abuse in its spending programs for decades—actually, centuries.
Economic policy is subject to fads and fashions. The most recent economic-policy fad is public infrastructure. Its advocates include progressives on the “left” — like President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders — and populists on the “right” — like President-elect Trump. They tell us to take the chains off fiscal austerity and spend — spend a lot — on public works. They allege that this elixir will cure many, if not all, of our economic ills. Let’s take a look at their arguments and evidence.
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