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11 Agencies Trump Slashes In His Budget Proposal

Aaron Bandler, President Donald Trump has just unveiled his first budget. It takes a hatchet to various departments and abolishes a multitude of agencies. While it won’t solve the country’s debt crisis, it is a good step toward eliminating unnecessary agencies and programs. Here are 11 agencies that Trump slashes in his budget. 1. National Endowment for

Cut Corporate Taxes and Corporate Welfare

Chris Edwards, Editor’s Note: This piece was coauthored by Romina Boccia and Tom Schatz. President Donald Trump is prioritizing major tax reforms, including a large corporate tax rate cut. The cut has broad support and promises to spur growth, but it will face political opposition if it widens the already rising budget deficit. As such, President

Check Out the $85 Million Dollar Ghost Hotel in Afghanistan Funded by the US Taxpayer

Justin Holcomb, In 2006, a U.S. government overseas private contracting group approved a proposal to build a 209-room, five-star Marriott hotel and luxury apartment building across the street from the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The project was intended to be sign of tribute to Muslim investors and serve as a “gateway for returning Afghan citizens who have spent

Donald J. Trump Announces Campaign Convention Manager Paul J. Manafort

Mr. Trump Prepares for Republican Convention – Seasoned Operative Joins As Convention Manager Today Donald J. Trump announced that Paul J. Manafort will serve as his campaign’s Convention Manager. Mr. Manafort is volunteering his considerable insight and expertise because of his belief that Mr. Trump is the right person for these difficult times. He will