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Government Spending

Matthew Glans, Midwest Director for the Center on Finance, Insurance and Real Estate at The Heartland Institute, speaks with Andrew Moylan, Vice President of Government Affairs at the National Taxpayers Union regarding their new study co-released by US Public Interest Research Group.

Could cutting government programs be the best way for the U.S. to go green? In a new piece recently published in the Weekly Standard, Eli Lehrer, vice president of the Heartland Institute and Ben Schreiber, climate and energy tax analyst at Friends of the Earth write about different proposals to cut government programs as part of the Green [...]

The following is a news release from the Green Scissors Coalition, a diverse group of public policy organizations including progressive environmental group Friends of the Earth, deficit hawk Taxpayers for Common Sense, consumer watchdog Public Citizen and free-market think tank The Heartland Institute.

Eli Lehrer on the Green Scissors report and why small-government conservatives should support it; why CPAC is wrong to exclude sexual minorities; and the making of a giant coin.

The debt ceiling debate and the issue of government spending has dominated the attention of the federal government for the last month. Both parties in Congress and President Obama have been unable to reach an agreement on how to approach the debt ceiling issue with a looming deadline and government default on the horizon. In [...]