Congressional Budget Process: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process and Subcommittee on Rules and Organization of the House of the Committee on Rules, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session ... July 13, 19, and September 13, 1995
United States, United States. Congress. House. Committee on Rules. Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1995 - 223 lappuses
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88. lappuse - If men were angels, no Government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on Government would be necessary. In framing a Government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this : you must first enable the Government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself.
20. lappuse - Act of 1 985 (PL99-1 77) repealed the off-budget status of these entities and placed social security (Federal oldage and survivors insurance and the Federal disability insurance trust funds) offbudget.
94. lappuse - STATEMENT OF HON. PETER J. VISCLOSKY, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF INDIANA Mr. Chairman, I would like to...
25. lappuse - Mr. Chairmen and members of the subcommittees: I am pleased to be here today to discuss the budget process with you.
86. lappuse - Cox's prepared statement follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. CHRISTOPHER Cox, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA Earlier this month, the House and Senate approved the first balanced budget since 1969.
187. lappuse - When the concurrence of a large number is required by the Constitution to the doing of any national act, we are apt to rest satisfied that all is safe, because nothing improper will be likely to be done; but we forget how much good may be prevented, and how much ill may be produced, by the power of hindering that which is necessary from being done, and of keeping affairs in the same unfavorable posture in which they may happen to stand at particular periods.
187. lappuse - It has been said, that more than a majority ought to have been required for a quorum ; and in particular cases, if not in all, more than a majority of a quorum for a decision.
67. lappuse - The system of bureaucratic despotism, elaborated finally under Diocletian and Constantine, produced a tragedy in the truest sense, such as history has seldom exhibited; in which, by an inexorable fate, the claims of fanciful omnipotence ended in a humiliating paralysis of administration; in which determined effort to remedy social evils only aggravated them until they became unendurable; in which the best intentions of the central power were, generation after generation, mocked and defeated by irresistible...
202. lappuse - During the past 5 years, more than $30 billion has been cut from Medicare and Medicaid. Now the administration wants to cut $50 billion more. Below the picture, the ad asked: Isn't it time we started defending the home front? The body of the ad appears to compare yearly increases in defense spending with cuts in medical programs.