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Good News! Government “mistakenly” giving away less of your money!

Here’s some good news from DC: In 2013, the Federal Government made $100 billion in payments to those who did not legally qualify for them. This figure includes items like unemployment benefits sent to people with jobs and payments for unnecessary treatments and procedures. You may be wondering why this is good news… because the […]


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Your taxdollars at work: geting Mothers and daughters to dance

That’s right, the National Institute for Health spent almost $5,000 on a study on how to get mothers and daughters to dance together. The study was done in the name of fighting obesity. Encouraging mothers and daughters to dance together so they get more exercise is certainly not an objectionable activity (especially compared with droning, spying, and […]


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Audit the Fed Letter to Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling

This morning, I sent a letter to Chairman Hensarling calling for a vote on Audit the Fed. Read it in full below. Audit the Fed – Letter to Chairman Hensarling


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LIVE BLOG: House Financial Services Committee Hearing on the Federal Reserve

Director of Legislation, Tim Shoemaker and Vice President of Policy, Norm Singleton will be live blogging the House Financial Services Committee Hearing on the Federal Reserve this morning. You can watch the hearing here. Be sure to hit refresh! 10:12 am Tim: H.R. 24 is currently assigned to two committees in the House, Financial Services, chaired by Jeb […]


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Obama’s Independence Day surprise: More Regulations

Last Thursday, as most Americans where getting ready to celebrate Independence Day, the Department of Health and Human Services was busy releasing 1,296 pages of new regulations regarding Medicare reimbursement rates for physicians and hospitals. The regulations where released at 4:15 p.m. I have not seen any detailed analysis of the regulations, but the fact […]


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