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Three Coins in a Fountain

When one tosses a coin into a fountain it is customary to make a wish. The wish could be as substantial as, “I wish for the winning numbers to the lottery,” or it could be as elusive as “I wish for cancer to be cured.”  Until the budget for the...

CAGW Staff January 31, 2008
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Rep. Young Squeals at Nomination

Porker of the Year 2007 candidate Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) took offense to his nomination and wrote a spirited yet outlandish response to CAGW President Tom Schatz defending his pork.

CAGW Staff January 31, 2008
Press Release

CCAGW Supports Rep. Flake for Appropriations Committee

For Immediate Release

Curtis Kalin January 14, 2008
Press Release

CCAGW: Presidential Candidates Make Commitments on Earmarks

For Immediate Release

Curtis Kalin January 1, 2008
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Rep. Hal Rogers “Road to Nowhere.”

The Kentucky Courier Journal ran a series of articles on December 16 and 17, 2007, on a wasteful pork project, the proposed Interstate 66.  This is another “road to nowhere” that dramatically demonstrates how a politician’s desire to “bring home the...

Elizabeth Wright December 31, 2007
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IRS Still Plagued By Security Vulnerability

The Government Accountability Project (GAO) released a report on January 8, 2008 documenting the mediocre progress made by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) toward tightening its information security systems.  The GAO said: “The IRS is at increased...

Leslie Paige December 31, 2007
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Binging On Taxpayer Dollars

The over-indulgent, over-zealous party attendee can certainly be an obnoxious component of any weekend celebration.  This individual is often referred to as That Guy. The societal pressures on a returning serviceman can, at times, be overwhelming...

CAGW Staff December 31, 2007
Press Release

CCAGW CHALLENGES PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES ON EARMARKS

For Immediate Release

Curtis Kalin December 27, 2007
Press Release

CCAGW to House: Put Brakes on Energy Bill

For Immediate Release Contacts: Leslie K. Paige (202) 467-5334

Curtis Kalin December 5, 2007
Press Release

CCAGW to House: Put Brakes on Energy Bill

For Immediate Release

Curtis Kalin December 4, 2007
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FCC Trying to Take Over Your TV

WHEEL OF FORTUNE!

CAGW Staff November 30, 2007
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Embattled Doan Cuts Waste

The General Services Administration (GSA) is often called “the government’s landlord.”  It is responsible for the upkeep of the government’s 8,600 buildings.  The agency has a $66 billion budget and 12,000 employees, and its current administrator is...

Sean Kennedy November 30, 2007

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