Op-eds | Page 3 | Council For Citizens Against Government Waste

Op-eds

Op-Eds

Mid-band Spectrum Holds Promise for 5G, but Will There be Enough?

Federal Times: The widespread use of 5G wireless will dramatically change mobile communications across the nation.

Deborah Collier September 25, 2019
Op-Eds

The Six Horsemen of the Economic Apocalypse

Morning Consult: The election of any of these six senators would have a devastating and lasting impact on the United States.

Thomas Schatz August 28, 2019
Op-Eds

The Federal Budget Helps China and Hurts US Taxpayers

Washington Examiner: The bipartisan budget deal approved by Congress before the August recess will result in trillion-dollar deficits.

Thomas Schatz August 14, 2019
Op-Eds

My Turn: R.I. Taxpayers Lose Big on IGT Deal

Providence Journal: The secret, no-bid gaming contract agreed to by Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is offensive to taxpayers.

Thomas Schatz July 30, 2019
Op-Eds

Blame ‘Free’ Tuition Programs For Rising College Costs

Daily Caller: “Free” college tuition and the cancellation of all outstanding student loan deb is a costly $2.2 trillion idea.

Thomas Schatz July 30, 2019
Op-Eds

Need for New F-15s Reflects F-35 Catastrophe

Fox Business: The F-35 JSF, the poster child for ineptitude and inefficiency in defense procurement, has been in development for nearly 18 years and is eight years behind schedule.

Thomas Schatz July 30, 2019
Op-Eds

Leading Democrats Health Care Proposals Break Hippocratic Oath

Medicare-for-All is a wholesale takeover of health care by the federal government and constitutes the imposition of socialized medicine.

Thomas Schatz July 10, 2019
Op-Eds

Postal Banking, an Idea Whose Time Should Never Come

Washington Examiner: The USPS has lost $69 billion over the past 11 years.

Thomas Schatz July 2, 2019
Op-Eds

2019 'Pig Book' Finds Government's Pork Addiction Getting Worse

Fox Business: The 2019 Congressional Pig Book exposes 282 earmarks in FY 2019, costing $15.3 billion.

Thomas Schatz June 20, 2019
Op-Eds

Breaking Up Tech Should be Hard to Do

Washington Examiner: Antitrust laws are designed to promote and protect competition, not punish large companies simply due to their size or success.

Thomas Schatz June 20, 2019
Op-Eds

NBA and MLB Go All-in with Gambling Money Grab

Washington Examiner: NBA and MLB have given Las Vegas sportsbooks an ultimatum: Pay the leagues a 0.25% “royalty” on every wager or get cut off from their official betting data suppliers.

Peter Klensch May 14, 2019
Op-Eds

It Is Time to Fix the Electronic Health Records Boondoggle

Morning Consult: After 27 years and billions of dollars, the VA and DOD to have failed to create compatible EHRs.

Thomas Schatz May 7, 2019

Pages

Sign Up For Email Updates


Optional Member Code