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Congress Should Look to Moneyball for Help With Government Programs

Congress Should Look to Moneyball for Help With Government Programs

Billy Beane made analytics in baseball a necessity. Congress should follow suit.

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Profiles in Waste: GSA, Agencies Fail to Safeguard Computers for Kids

Profiles in Waste: GSA, Agencies Fail to Safeguard Computers for Kids

This week's ‘Profiles in Waste’ shines a light on the Computers for Learning program.

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EPA Spent $1.2 million on Conference Calls When They Could Have Been Free

EPA Spent $1.2 million on Conference Calls When They Could Have Been Free

It looks like no one is in charge of the EPA's conference call service, wasting millions in taxpayer dollars.

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Make Budgets (For Millennials) Great Again

Make Budgets (For Millennials) Great Again

Any budget that adds to our national debt will hurt Millennials and future generations.

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Profiles in Waste: USDA’s SNAP Payments to Prisoners

Profiles in Waste: USDA’s SNAP Payments to Prisoners

This week's ‘Profiles in Waste’ shines a light on some of USDA’s SNAP improper payments.

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The Graham-Cassidy Proposal Won't Pass, But Maybe It Should

The Graham-Cassidy Proposal Won't Pass, But Maybe It Should

A Congress so out of touch with the American people should hand over the keys to health care.

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BAD BOYS: HHS Watchdogs Have Big August, Fraudsters Be Warned

BAD BOYS: HHS Watchdogs Have Big August, Fraudsters Be Warned

Billions are improperly paid out every year, but some are looking to change that.

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Congress’s Defense Budget Blowout Strengthens Our Greatest National Security Threat

Congress’s Defense Budget Blowout Strengthens Our Greatest National Security Threat

Congress doesn't know where defense funds go, just that we should spend more on it.

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Taxpayers Will Feel the ‘Bern’ Under ‘Medicare for All’ Plan

Taxpayers Will Feel the ‘Bern’ Under ‘Medicare for All’ Plan

Citizens should be wary when politicians tote a perfect health care system where everyone is seamlessly covered by a well-functioning government.

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How a $20 Trillion National Debt Affects You, and How to Start Fixing It

How a $20 Trillion National Debt Affects You, and How to Start Fixing It

Washington's fiscal negligence is dramatically affecting opportunities for coming generations.

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The Trump Deal: Good or Bad Sign For Our Country

The Trump Deal: Good or Bad Sign For Our Country

Could President Trump's deal mark the end of extreme bipartisanship in Washington?

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Labor Day and the Fight for the Next American Workforce

Labor Day and the Fight for the Next American Workforce

America is stronger and more prosperous than ever, yet, young Americans could get left behind.

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How a 1988 Law Impacts How You Pay for College Football Tickets

How a 1988 Law Impacts How You Pay for College Football Tickets

A sweetheart deal for Texas and LSU 30 years ago continues to impact college football ticket sales

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Profiles in Waste: HUD Edition

Profiles in Waste: HUD Edition

‘Profiles in Waste’ is a new series highlighting some of the less talked about abuses of your tax dollars.

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Most Expensive Object Ever Created Eclipses the Eclipse

Most Expensive Object Ever Created Eclipses the Eclipse

Eclipse viewers who looked closely saw NASA's $85 billion dollar International Space Station.

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Improper Payment Law Noncompliance at Highest Point to Date

Improper Payment Law Noncompliance at Highest Point to Date

Improper payments total $136.7 billion...we think.

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Congress and MLB, an All-or-Nothing Game

Congress and MLB, an All-or-Nothing Game

The home run has plagued both Congress and baseball.

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PGA Tax Exemption Putts Taxpayers in the Red

PGA Tax Exemption Putts Taxpayers in the Red

$1.2 billion in Revenue. $0 in federal taxes.

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Engineer Gets Agency to Pay for Law Degree, Then Quits

Engineer Gets Agency to Pay for Law Degree, Then Quits

Dept of Energy broke protocols to pay for engineer's $138,000 law degree.

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