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Cato’s This Week in Government Failures

Posted on: June 11, 2010

As usual this is just the tip of a huge ice berg.  BB

This Week in Government Failure

Posted by Tad DeHaven

Over at Downsizing Government, we focused on the following issues this week:

  • Downsizing’s new Department of Transportation website is up and running!
  • A new essay on “Overpaid Federal Workers” is also up and it’s already generating a lot of buzz in the media.
  • Amtrak’s reputation for financial shenanigans lives on.
  • Kudos to the Washington Post for pointing out what we’ve been saying for a while: “regime uncertainty” is stifling the economy’s ability to recover.
  • President Obama’s lieutenants have instructed federal agencies to come up with spending cuts equal to five percent of their discretionary budgets for fiscal year 2012. 2012? Why wait?!?!
  • Like BIG Government blog, Heritage Foundation site, and  Sunlight Foundation the Cato Institute brings you news not usually reported because it isn’t deemed “sensational” enough.   But it is so much more important to your life.  BB
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