Newspaper Articles – Doug Kellogg

Fundamental Change Needed for Infrastructure Management: Report

If taxpayers and ratepayers want to avoid unaffordable utility bills and huge liabilities in the not-too-distant future, they must insist now on more competition, oversight, and innovation in the w

Gains, Pains in Federal Budget Proposals

Taxpayers have cause for celebration or consternation, depending on which of two recent Congressional Budget Resolutions they read – and, what parts of each they read.

Trillion-Dollar Farm Bill Would Drive Up Milk Prices

To many Americans the term “Dairy Market Stabilization Program” (DMSP) may sound like just another obscure effort launched from Washington that will have little impact on everyday lives.

Sharp Rise in Budget-Cut Bills, Yet Spending Dominated 111th Congress, Report Shows

The torrent of new spending proposals introduced in each Congress over the last decade appears to have slowed as members of the 111th Congress presented the greatest number of budget-cut bills in 1

Entitlement Experts Urge Action to Defuse ‘Ticking Time Bomb’

With a new Congress sworn in and President Obama having submitted his budget for the next fiscal year, the nation’s focus must turn to solving the entitlement crisis that dominates more than 80 per