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The Pentagon Must Improve IT Procurement

The DOD has a poor procurement track record. Will it do better with the Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability?

Deborah Collier August 26, 2021
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Washington, D.C. Is Planning an Unnecessary and Harmful Wealth Tax

A wealth tax in D.C. is unnecessary and will be harmful to the economy.  

Frances Floresca August 25, 2021
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A Quarter Century of Failure

Legislators’ woeful track record of passing spending bills on time will soon stretch to 25 years.

Sean Kennedy August 19, 2021
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Climate Change is Not New or the End of the World

Steve Koonin's WSJ OpEd “Climate Change Brings a Flood of Hyperpole" sends a sober message about the Green New Deal

Elizabeth Wright August 19, 2021
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It's Time to Get The Country's Spending Under Control

Congress has consistently made fiscally irresponsible decisions.

Eric Maus August 18, 2021
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Stadium Project Funding Fails to Hit a Home Run

Instead of squandering more money for a new stadium in Oakland, the city and state should focus on protecting the taxpayers.

Frances Floresca August 18, 2021
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State and Local Governments Must Stop Restraining Broadband Expansion

States and local governments should remove restrictions on broadband deployment. 

Deborah Collier August 18, 2021
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What’s Worse than Most Favored Nation – Budget Reconciliation

The Biden administration proposes to recind President Trump's Most Favored Nation Policy.

Elizabeth Wright August 10, 2021
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CMS Provides the Proof – Sec. 1332 Waivers Have Lowered Health Insurance Premium Costs

A CMS report confirms a Trump administration initiative to lower healthcare costs worked spectacularly.

Elizabeth Wright August 5, 2021
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Governor Cuomo’s Bridge Light Show Plans Go Dark

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's (D-N.Y.) is known for his failed schemes to boost the state's economy.  

Frances Floresca August 4, 2021
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Public Favors Government Drug Negotiations, Until They Learn What It Really Means

Senate Democrats are preparing to move a $3.5 trillion “human infrastructure” bill, but have to find ways to offset the cost.

Elizabeth Wright July 30, 2021
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Broad Senate Support for the Return of Earmarks

Senators have eagerly embraced the return of earmarks, requesting 5,000 of the wasteful projects so far.

CAGW Staff July 29, 2021

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