I’m disappointed . . . that the president has not done more to demand that Congress and other federal agencies make the same sacrifices millions of Americans are already making. There is no charity without sacrifice.
An easily accessible and transparent database of contract information will bring sunshine into the confusing and sometimes shadowy practice of government contracting.
One poll showed that Americans have a higher opinion of witches, the IRS and hemorrhoids than Congress
We can achieve much greater representation through term-limited members.
The earmark favor factory needs to be boarded up and demolished, not turned over to new management that may or may not have a better eye for earmarks with ‘merit.’
The question that arises as we use all these adjectives and adverbs to describe our physicians as we approach a Supreme Court nominee is where are we in America when we decide that it’s legal to kill our unborn children?
When I came to Washington, I was troubled to observe so many similarities between the behaviors of drug-addicted patients and my political colleagues. In Washington power is like morphine.
Expose widespread waste and duplication in federal spending.
What makes this mentality dangerous is that when the team is held together by careerism and mindless partisanship, individual members are punished for thinking for themselves.
The vast amount of waste and sheer stupidity in government – from the Pentagon to the Food and Drug Administration – could fill committee agendas for years.
You’re going to die sooner.
Career politicians do not have the courage to prioritize spending and say no to demanding special interest groups who do not reflect the best interests of the country.