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Woodson: Enemies of Trump Killing Competition in D.C. Swamp

The swamp is undermining the Trump agenda on so many fronts. Right now, swamp creatures have provided the enemies of President Donald J. Trump a monopoly over government information technology (IT) in a way that will embolden Trump’s enemies. It is time for the president’s loyal appointees to shut off the spigot of government contracts to the same liberal billionaires who did everything they could to stop #MAGA.

The US Department of Commerce has launched "dumping" proceedings against foreign steel firms, including two German producers -- suspecting they may be selling stock at unfairly low prices to undercut US producers

Woodson: Trump Has Opportunity to Protect Steel Industry

President Donald J. Trump campaigned in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Pennsylvania on a campaign to bring jobs home to America. The Trump Administration has been working on a “steel investigation” to study the national security implications of Chinese dumping of steel on the world markets. Right now, President Trump can keep his promise to bring back coal, steel, and energy jobs back to American workers.

Puerto Rico Bailout Highlights House Failures

Just look at the House of Representatives’ recent passage of a “reform” bill for Puerto Rico’s flailing economy. The Republican majority again failed to legislate fiscal responsibility, and the American public is getting sick and tired of the body’s double-speak.

DOJ Considers Looking the Other Way on Music Violations…Again

The latest instance of the industry’s recidivism was on display earlier this month when the DOJ announced that ASCAP was paying a $1.75 million fine for violating the terms of the consent decree. The DOJ found that ASCAP was engaging in anti-competitive behavior in violation of their consent decree by requiring exclusivity contracts that forbid content owners from engaging in free market negotiations to license their music outside of ASCAP.

What A Waste: HHS Throwing Away Billions on Medicare

A new report from the Inspector General for the Health and Human Services Department faults the agency for missing its target of keeping fraudulent Medicare payments below ten percent. I’m not sure what’s worse: the fact that HHS is wasting more than ten percent of taxpayer dollars, or that the goal was to waste only ten percent.