Stephen Slivinski

Losing to Win

 

In a piece last Wednesday on The American Spectator website, David Hogberg argues that the notion that limited government supporters will be happier if Republicans lose in November — thereby ushering in at least two years of divided government — might be too clever by half. Hogberg explains we “should never underestimate politicians’ ability to […]

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Don Young’s World

 

When pondering the monstrosity that is the recently enacted federal highway bill, most observers will note how expensive it is but never really discern why it’s an indicator of a larger problem. Yes, on paper it will cost $286.4 billion. That’s 31 percent larger than the last highway bill in 1998, $30 billion more than […]

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