By Michael James Barton | 06/14/14 10:12 AM
Once again, American military leaders face a tradeoff. Can the United States meet the serious new security challenges the nation faces while staying within strict budget limits? To do so, policymakers will have to make some very tough choices that leverage our existing capabilities while also...
By Naomi Lopez Bauman | 06/14/14 09:58 AM
National uproar over the Veterans Affairs scandal should refocus the nation's attention to the issue of health care rationing. Under VA care, 40 patients died while waiting for treatment at a Phoenix, Ariz., facility. Not only is that the tip of the iceberg in terms of what government-run...
By Sally C. Pipes | 06/13/14 04:13 PM
President Obama's health reform law may have claimed a new victim — organized labor. Thanks to Obamacare, labor unions are facing higher health insurance costs — as well as steeper out-of-pocket bills and wage cuts. Consequently, these erstwhile allies of the president appear to be...
By Judah Bellin | 06/12/14 06:31 PM
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's and President Obama's recent higher-education proposals amount to more federal mismanagement of our student debt problem. While the bill by Warren, D-Mass., to allow refinancing of student loans died in the Senate earlier this week, Obama's executive order is here to...
By Joseph A. Morris | 06/11/14 02:38 PM
One day, about 30 years ago, when I was the general counsel of the United States Office of Personnel Management (the agency responsible for management of the Federal civil service) under President Ronald Reagan, one of my colleagues in the agency's senior staff circulated among OPM's leaders a...
By Rep. Robert Pittenger | 06/09/14 08:56 AM
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