Monthly Archives: February 2013

Subway Founder Says Today’s Regs Would Prevent Him From Starting Company

Subway Founder Fred Deluca told CNBC today that his company would not exist if it was started today due to onerous government regulations.  He also shares that the number one problem his Subway franchise owners face is the impact from … Continue reading

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Boehner Stops Congressional Flights on Military Aircraft

House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) is suspending all military flights for congressional travel abroad under sequestration, according to a House leadership aide. The move is being made as part of the reductions in spending that congressional offices also have to … Continue reading

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Energy Department Funding Up 43.2% in Last Decade

Funding for the Department of Energy  increased 43.2 percent from 2002 through 2012, according to calculations based on Treasury Department data. In fiscal year 2002 (Oct. 1, 2001 – Sept. 30, 2002), outlays for the Energy Department were $17,772,000,000, according … Continue reading

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