Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
The legislation—which was introduced in response to the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio—pushes pet projects and would worsen the status quo.
With government meddling, many farmers end up doing less with more, and people end up paying more for less.
Businesses are all in favor of competition, tax cuts, and deregulation only until they aren't—meaning only until subsidies might benefit them.
The hasty work behind the PPP and other relief loans shows the limits of big government.
Curt Schilling Blew $75 Million in Public Funds Making Bad Video Games. Naturally, He Thinks He Should Be in Congress.
Schilling and Trump are alike in attacking immigrants for costing money, while seeking out business subsidies.
Aquion Energy files for Chapter 11. Will Tesla's Gigafactory be next?
Foreign airlines and oil companies top list of recipients.
Who needs information about who is getting the loans, what they're spending it on, and who is repaying them?
Repayments of loans connected to Curt Schilling's failed video game also source of debate
Not an investment in the future but in people who know the right politicians
Government's terrible record when it tries to pick winners and losers
Money won't burn itself, you know
Export-Important Bank funneled more than $12 billion in 2012 to back company's sales
Lawsuit also names for state economic development head
About 95 percent of 38 Studio's holdings sold off
Rhode Island Police still investigating possible violations of state law
But blamed failure on Chinese competition
Accusations that it's really about protecting coal and nuclear power, not blowing taxpayer money
Perhaps not the best example of independent American industry, guys.
The 18-year loans target solar, wind and thermal energy.
Cower, America, and consider China's $17.5 billion solar manufacturing debt. How can we compete with that?