Without access to the “full” master death file, government agencies aren’t seeing dead people – and paying them billions.
There are millions of unsatisfied young Americans with an unquenched demand for something better. It's time to cut the cord on this system.
Some members of Congress are pushing to bring back earmarks, claiming they'll be more responsible this time. Can they? Jason Derulo helps answer the question.
We've seen some pretty bad sequels, but pitching $3 trillion in unpaid for tax cuts under these fiscal conditions could be the worst.
Last year's budget results are in and they are TERRIFYING!
Our friend Matthew McConaughey is back to explain a gimmick that allows Congress to manipulate time to spend more money.
Watch Tom Coburn interviewed at the Concordia summit about why he started Pursuit, the daunting economic challenges facing younger generations, and the importance of seeking integrity when choosing elected representatives.
For more than a decade, Congressmen – especially of the Republican variety – have been lamenting our continual budget deficits and growing national debt. Despite the bellyaching, in the past
"We write giant pieces of legislation — 1,200 pages, 1,500 pages long that people haven’t read. Filled with all of these terms that are undefined and we say the Secretary