Tag Archives: Executive Branch

Presidential lapse: Feds spread $815 million in land grants without tracking results

Budget hawks target forced entitlements like Medicare for cuts, and budget gluttons just want to print more money despite record debt levels for the US government. However, both sides of the congressional aisle, and also the executive branch headed by … Continue reading

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Should members of Congress have seat on Foreign Investment Committee?

Commentary by Kay B.  Day Did you know a powerful committee comprised mainly of appointees makes decisions about foreign investments in the US? The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is part of the US Dept. of … Continue reading

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Turley on Bergdahl: Dems will “rue the day” they were silent

Law professor Jonathan Turley talked to C-SPAN on Thursday, and he said Democrats in Congress  will “rue the day they were silent” as their authority was drained away. Turley’s segment focused on the exchange of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl … Continue reading

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