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Washington's Nauseatingly Corrupt Culture...and 2014 Election Predictions for the House and Senate

I sometimes think that working at the Cato Institute and trying to change Washington must be akin to working at a church in the middle of Amsterdam’s red light district. 1,500 more words

Big Government

What's with all the empty business spaces?

Today I took a tour of town, end to end.  I found 7 empty buildings.  In plaza or mall spaces I found 18 empty retail or office spaces and, because some buildings are locked, there are likely more.   316 more words

Village Of Burns Lake

Lobbying 101.5: "Who & Where to Lobby"

Who & Where to Lobby

As a continuation of Lobbying 101 we now explore “who & where to lobby”. There is no restriction on how many members of Congress or your state legislature or a city council you may lobby. 585 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies

NKF Responds to Medicare’s Proposed Changes to Payment and Quality Programs for Dialysis Facilities

Back in July we shared the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid’s (CMS) proposed changes to dialysis payment and quality incentive program.  After gathering input from kidney patients and professionals we issued formal comments to CMS, which included recommendations for revising their proposals to strengthen patients’ access to high quality care. 591 more words

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Excellent letter from NKF about the CMS rating system

Google adds drones to growing Washington wish list, lobby filing shows

Google for the first time included “unmanned aerial vehicle technology” on a list of its lobbying objectives, suggesting the company has growing ambitions for “ 269 more words

How to convince the world that vaccines are the ultimate evil. Step one: Buy yourself a Congressman

What do you do if you’re in desperate need of some sort of validation about your misguided, uninformed, fraud-driven beliefs about vaccines? Do you fund more research into vaccine technology and how to make it “safer”? 748 more words


Regulating Lobbyists: Hardly

Australian State and Federal Governments pretend (e.g. here) to regulate lobbyists: all they do is create red tape, illusion and loopholes.

The biggest issue is that… 193 more words