Want a content citizenry? Try allocating tax dollars to roads, parks, and libraries.
The latest deal, once again, kicked longstanding budget issues down the road, and puts more pressure on future generations.
A new report finds that Washington's recent — but still limited — interest in rigorously evaluating government programs is both encouraging and unprecedented.
If Americans saw exactly how their specific tax dollars were being allocated, would it change the substance or tenor of discussions on, say, the debt ceiling?
On-again, off-again federal support cripples emerging industries in the United States, America's pre-eminent wind energy pioneer believes.