Maybe drawings can deter elected officials from their outrageous spending habits where detailed reports have failed to attract their attention.
For Biden, the pandemic has become a catchall justification for a slew of big-government programs that he and the Democratic Party already wanted to pursue.
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The effort to redefine everything as infrastructure is a gift to central planners—because infrastructure is, almost by definition, centrally planned.
Just because a politician says something doesn't make it so.
The president loves big government for its own sake and doesn’t really care what it does.
Democrats never miss an opportunity to rail against big corporations. Yet they're eagerly subsidizing their big corporate friends.
Biden Administration Retracts Claim That $2.25 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Would Create 19 Million Jobs
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg admitted the mistake and walked back the administration's job creation promises on Monday night.
Americans distract themselves with freak-show headlines while political institutions escape their control.
The president endorses a competitive grant program that would reward localities for loosening their restrictive zoning codes.
And it has failed in almost every country where it's been tried.
This time with tax increases too!
Legislators view the disease as a license to spend like there’s no tomorrow.
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The Senate is preparing to pass a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that has very little to do with the pandemic, and we all know it. Congress should admit as much.
The Massachusetts senator is the latest Democrat to use the pandemic to justify a policy she already wanted.
We have to stop governing by emergency.
The president keeps insisting on the urgency of $1.9 trillion in spending. But much of it would be spent on non-urgent policies unrelated to the pandemic.
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The president has proposed spending $1.9 trillion on another pandemic relief bill. Moderate GOP senators are countering with a $600 billion plan of their own.
Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Package Includes More Stimulus Checks, State Government Bailout, $15 Federal Minimum Wage
On the brighter side, Biden wants 100 million vaccinations in 100 days and will push for immediate school reopenings.
Democrats Push $2,000 'Survival Checks' to Make Up for the 'Woefully Inadequate' $5 Trillion Federal Relief Effort
Progressives want to spend an additional $435 billion to help people who've lost neither jobs nor income weather the pandemic.
One of the underappreciated failures of the Trump presidency is his squandering of an incredibly rare opportunity to reset how Washington operates.
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Trump Threatens to Sink COVID-19 Relief Bill Unless Congress Cuts Wasteful Spending, Spends More on $2,000 Stimulus Checks
"It truly is a disgrace," said Trump.
Giant New Spending and COVID-19 Relief Bill Also Creates 2 New Museums and a Library, References Dalai Lama Controversy
"No responsible legislator should vote for such a thing," said Justin Amash (L–Mich.).
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Congress Could Pass a $900 Billion COVID Stimulus Bill This Week. Or There Might Be a Government Shutdown.
Unsettled political circumstances and the ongoing pandemic crossed with Congress' broken bill-passing process is a recipe for chaos.
The strange alliance proves once again that the one thing politicians can agree on is spending taxpayers' money.
Charities are free to help people who truly need help.
The Incoming Biden Administration Raises the Possibility of More Infrastructure Weeks and More Infrastructure Spending
More spending doesn't necessarily mean better results.