The US government could cut up to a dozen agencies without hurting the country, says Iain Murray, vice president for strategy of the Center for Economic Freedom at the Competitive enterprise Institute. Murray says the nations's problem is excessive bureaucracy in the federal government.
"Because bureaucracy is the ratchet through which spending increases. I'd look at really cutting back the bureaucracy. I'd look at sweeping away entire government departments," Murray told the WMAL Morning Majority