Seth Hanlon and Daniel J. Weiss explain why oil company lobbyists are wrong when they claim that ending handouts to companies will increase taxes.
Marsha Simon outlines how to save billions by addressing improper Medicare and Medicaid payments.
Seth Hanlon shows how oil and gas companies are poised to reap more than $70 billion in tax breaks over the next 10 years, even as they rake in billions in profits that are squeezing ordinary Americans at the pump.
Ulrich Boser and Robin Chait give four recommendations on how to improve teacher and principal effectiveness.
We need to invest in infrastructure now for the sake of public safety and to boost our economy, says Donna Cooper.
Joy Moses applauds the new Government Accountability Office report on costly overlapping government programs, especially its recommendations to proceed cautiously before reforming hunger and homelessness programs.
We should look for ways to get more bang for our educational buck in the United States, writes James Hairston.
Jitinder Kohli and Jordan Eizenga examine the government’s ability to make policy and implement programs that promote competitiveness, and present four options for government reorganization.
The cost of military health care could eventually begin to divert funding away from other crucial national security initiatives, write Lawrence Korb, Laura Conley, and Alex Rothman.
Joel Berg and Joy Moses on food action plans and bringing states closer to reaching hunger and obesity-reduction goals.
Donna Cooper and Jitinder Kohli discuss how this embattled program that offers opportunity to less fortunate Americans can bridge political divides by improving performance.
Donna Cooper explains why Republican cuts to health care for women and children will cost more than they save.
Donna Cooper applauds high-speed rail investments unveiled by Vice President Biden, but challenges the administration to create public-private partnerships to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.
Jitinder Kohli discusses how to enhance U.S. competitiveness.
Report from Ulrich Boser presents findings from a yearlong study of the efficiency of the nation’s public education system.