The President's proposed budget has hit the streets, and it represents a big shift in spending priorities, including the proposed elmination of 19 federal agencies, and big cuts to others that grew fat and happy under the Obama administration:
The horribly named "Bipartisan budget">Budget Act of 2015" has generated a great deal of commentary over the last few days. But like some, more rational, observers, we were curious to see what the Congressional Budget Office had to say about it.
People interested in reducing the size and cost of government have heard this one: "Okay, what government programs would you cut?" Our friends at Citizens Against Government Waste have an answer in their latest report, called "Prime Cuts":