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Ed Feulner

Government Waste: Frittering Away the Funds

Ed Feulner, I have good news for lawmakers looking to purge wasteful spending from the federal budget: It’s a target-rich environment out there. That’s not to say you won’t encounter pushback from special-interest groups bent on preserving their slice of the pie. But a quick tour of the latest “Wastebook” from Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

Iran Nuclear Agreement: Deal Us Out

Ed Feulner, Iran’s leaders have a simple message for any administration unhappy about the nuclear deal negotiated by President Obama: Hands off. The deal has faced no shortage of criticism from those who rightly point out its defects. Too bad, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says: There is “no possibility” of dismantling it. According to Iran’s

The Extensive Problem of Election Fraud

Ed Feulner,  “Vote early and often,” the old joke goes. Though the latest voter-fraud news out of Colorado is no laughing matter. According to CBS4 in Denver: “An ongoing CBS4 voter fraud investigation has uncovered a dozen cases where Coloradans are suspected of voting twice. Previous CBS4 Investigations revealed ballots cast in the names of Coloradans who had

Our Forgotten National Birthday

Ed Feulner, We celebrate every July 4th with fireworks, parades, speeches and other tributes. And rightly so — our Declaration of Independence heralded a new age in human history. So why does Sept. 17 come and go with so little notice? That’s the date our Constitution was signed in 1787. Considering how profoundly it altered our

Unleash the Economy With True Tax Reform

Ed Feulner, Tax reform often seems like an elusive goal. But conservatives should be pleased about where we are on this issue. We’ve come a long way in just a few years. The ideal tax reform would lower tax rates on families and businesses and establish a consumption tax base. A consumption base doesn’t necessarily