Antiquated counting methods lead to misallocation of resources.
Trump’s last Secretary of Defense is being stymied by preclearance review.
A perfectly reasonable initiative with a significant downside.
A bipartisan bill will protect the tax preparation industry at the expense of the citizenry.
An odd bureaucratic reshuffling, seemingly out of the blue.
Just how far should White House staffers and civil servants go in protecting the public from an erratic president?
The Administration is going to unveil a plan for a major reorganization of government agencies today.
An inordinate amount of cruelty is being perpetrated in the name of border security. It’s only partly the fault of the current President.
Three Executive Orders signed ahead of the Memorial Day holiday has government employees scrambling.
The new Secretary of State is an improvement over the worst Secretary of State in history.
I hope Ben Carson has a comfortable couch at home.
Ben Carson comes to his senses, but questions still remain about his family seeming to benefit from his position in government.
Friday’s eight-hour shutdown was not the non-event it seemed from the outside.
There are growing signs that the Deep State is seeking to thwart legal orders from President Trump. This is dangerous.
Eliminating the department would mean parceling out most of its activities to other federal agencies, a sleight of hand maneuver that might create the appearance of smaller government but would disrupt the ordinary operations of the federal government.
Top officials of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have taken jobs in the industry they were regulating.
It looks like Congress has averted a budget fight for the second straight year.
Should the Legislature take back legislating from the Executive?
Freedom Of The Press, if you can afford to pay the fee.
Contradictory rulings from two Federal Courts of Appeal show that statutory construction isn’t a simple thing.
The IRS’s claim that it lost some unknown number of Lois Lerner’s emails doesn’t really add up.
All of a sudden, the IRS announced it doesn’t have communications records it once claimed it did have.
Was the Jobs Report released one month before Election Day 2012 rigged? Despite a new report, there’s no evidence to suggest that it was.
The mounting troubles of the PPACA continue.
The FDA is declaring war on trans fats. That’s a bad idea on many levels.
Finally, the FAA acts to end a pretty dumb rule.
Even if it were functioning properly the Federal Health Care Exchange website would still have problems.
The bad roll out of the Affordable Care Act is starting to lead to calls for delays in enforcement of the law.