Author Archives: Rebekah Johansen

Bydlak: Fiscal Conservatives Can’t Forget Spending

Interviewed last week at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Jonathan Bydlak took on the dangerous inclination of many politicians to promise to restrain taxes, while having no intention of keeping spending low. You see, when it comes to massive government … Continue reading

GAO: Veterans Administration at High Risk for Fraud & Waste

Last Wednesday, a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported what is less than surprising news: The Department of Veterans Affairs health care system is a “high-risk” area that is particularly prone to “fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.” Despite … Continue reading

Keith Hall to Succeed Elmendorf as Director of Congressional Budget Office

Breaking news out of Washington this morning: “Dr. Hall has more than 20 years of distinguished government service, including as Chief Economist for the White House Council of Economic Advisers and as Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics,” said Chairman … Continue reading

See Jonathan Bydlak at CPAC 2015

We’re very pleased to announce that Coalition to Reduce Spending president Jonathan Bydlak will be addressing attendees at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference on the topic we believe is the issue of our time: spending and debt. Date: This … Continue reading

New Greek leadership targets tax cheats and corruption to stop the bleeding

Struggles continue for the troubled Greek economy, as the Eurozone and Greece faced one last chance to fix the simmering fight over Greece’s debt bailout. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said finance ministers from the 19-member eurozone would meet in Brussels … Continue reading