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AFP is proud to join a coalition of conservative, libertarian, free-market and taxpayers groups in calling on Congress to oppose proposals that would extend flood insurance subsidies for an additional year.
While the federal debt approaches $17 trillion and federal agencies see unprecedented growth, it’s more important than ever that Americans know where their tax dollars are going.
By: Matthew Roy
The president is right to give investment so much focus, but his approach to advance it has been all wrong. His policies only concentrate on increasing funds for public investment, which is inherently inefficient and unproductive, instead of encouraging private investment.
By Christine Harbin Hanson Keep an eye on the House of Representatives next week. Before they leave Washington for August recess, members will vote on a package of bills that would rein in the federal government. During “’Stop Government Abuse’ Week,” Representatives will consider legislation dealing with a range of topics, such as federal employee [...]
Splitting the Farm Bill was supposed to improve Farm Policy. What went wrong?