Balanced Budgets Don't Mean Money Well Spent

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on Wednesday, 04 October 2017 07:42


A balanced budget would be nice given the rarity of them, but the one thing they won't tell you is how well the money is spent. A quick look at any of the auditor general reports reveal sums of money spent on, ahem, projects that have no redeeming value to the taxpayers on the hook to pay for them.  

....also from Michael: Have We Seen The Peak in The Anti-Success Anti-Business Movement?


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