Best of The Week: BTW 7/19/13
It’s time for a look back of some our favorite stories of the past week on CNSNews.com.
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau may be getting way too much information on your finances according to Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wy.).
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is spending taxpayer dollars to study food shopping patterns with GPS signals.
The sequester continues to have it's impact on government. As detention centers at Guantanamo Bay get a high-def view of taxpayer dollars, receiving over $80,000 worth of televisions.
Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) says college should be free. He says making graduates pay back their loans is “repugnant”.
Click on these and any other stories you may have missed on CNSNews.com.