Getting government out of the crop insurance business would save consumers nearly $1 billion a year.
A new study finds that the federal subsidy system is costing Americans more than they might pay in higher food prices.Read More →
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By Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
The King of Pop has absolutely nothing on President Barack Obama.
The now-deceased Michael Jackson, he of crotch-grabbing, a white glove and extreme opulence, once held the record for most expensive music video in the history of the world.
As Forbes reported last fall, Michael and his sister, pop princess Janet Jackson, spent […]
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ALEC’s annual Report Card on American Education shows both promising and concerning results for Oregon’s educational progress.Read More →