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Veterans Affairs Scandal Deniers Still Consume the Swamp

Washington Examiner: Unfortunately, there are still far too many in Washington that deny the VA scandal’s intensity or try to obscure its pervasiveness.

Curtis Kalin April 26, 2019

Competition Among Utilities Would Benefit Texas Energy Consumers

Houston Chronicle:

Allen Johnson April 18, 2019

After Decade of Fiscal Malpractice, Little Cost Savings at Postal Service

The Hill: The dismal quarterly financial statements of the USPS have become so routine that they barely qualify as news anymore.

Leslie Paige April 16, 2019

5G Race Full-speed Ahead: Misguided Attempt to Nationalize is Over, for Now

Fox Business: 5G nationalization should be permanently discarded into the graveyard of failed government-funded projects that litter the U.S.

Thomas Schatz April 16, 2019

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Reform Should Put American Taxpayers First

The Hill: Structural reform of the government sponsored enterprises is certainly long overdue.

Thomas Schatz April 9, 2019

Standing in the Way of Sports Gambling is Madness Every Month of the Year, not just March

Washington Examiner: The sports betting industry should be allowed to grow free from a one-size-fits-all federal approach.

Peter Klensch March 22, 2019

5 Ways Bernie Sanders-style Socialism Would Hurt the US Economy

Fox Business: No candidate has done more to propel socialism than Sanders.

Curtis Kalin March 19, 2019

Consumer Privacy Moves to the Front Burner in Washington

Morning Consult: As Congress moves through the process of enacting updated consumer data privacy laws, members must agree to a clear and concise national policy.

Deborah Collier March 12, 2019

After Gottlieb, FDA Must Stop Dragging Feet on Less Risky Alternatives to Cigarettes

Fox Business: For the past 10 years, the FDA has failed to act promptly to consider and approve harm-reduction products.

Elizabeth Wright March 12, 2019

Senate Democrats Are Holding Up Hundreds Of Trump Nominees

Daily Caller: As of Feb. 11, 1402 nominations have been received in the Senate, with only 51 percent confirmed.

Thomas Schatz March 7, 2019

Firing Bad Federal Government Workers Should Not be Difficult

The Hill: One of the consistent drivers of the ongoing lack of faith in government is the bureaucracy in Washington and the workers who never seem to leave.

Thomas Schatz February 26, 2019

As We Head into Super Bowl LIII, DOJ Fumbles on Online Gambling Ban

Fox Business: The DOJ should realize it fumbled this regulatory decision and immediately reverse course before Super Bowl kickoff this Sunday.

Thomas Schatz February 1, 2019


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