The Government Accountability Office released a 3-year study Tuesday on waste in federal agencies. Turns out we spend $95 billion on redundant projects ... every year.
President Obama released his budget plan on Wednesday morning. Here are some of the details and how it compares to the Republican and Democratic Plans.
With the president releasing his budget two months late, we have to ask how the budget process is changing and what consequences we may face.
Liberals are rightly incensed at President Obama's willingness to cut Social Security in exchange for tax increases. But that's not the only benefit our so-called progressive president would cut.
President Obama is set to propose a new budget that includes long demanded entitlement cuts that Republicans have badgered for. Yet they do not seem very keen on taking a look.
Rather than using short-term deficit numbers to justify voting against discretionary spending, deficit hawks should focus on curbing Medicare spending.
President Obama reveals his budget proposal, two months too late, after both chambers of Congress have already proposed theirs. What does this mean for the budget process?
While both parties exchange rhetoric, virtually everyone can agree on cutting the deficit. But neither side likes to advertise what they'll cut. Here's one cut we all can agree on.