Under Obama, red tape will be hot commodity for 2015
The Center for Budget and Policy Priorities calculates today’s spending mix as: defense and national security (19 percent); Social Security (24 percent); health care, including Medicare, Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program and Obamacare (22 percent); other public assistance programs, including Food Stamps, public housing, and school lunches (12 percent); payments to retired federal workers and to veterans (8 percent payments to retired federal workers and to veterans (8 percent); and interest payments on our $18 trillion national debt (6 percent). and interest payments on our $18 trillion national debt (6 percent).The scraps are divided up among transportation, education, national parks and other items…Read More
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