Welcome to Utah Waste Buster!

In the spirit of economic prudence and doing what's best with your hard earned tax dollars, Representative John Dougall, Senator Stephen Urquhart, and Senator Daniel Liljenquist have created this website so that you, the hardworking people of Utah, can speak out against unnecessary use of tax money. Help us stop wasteful government spending! Tell us where you've found it so we can stop it in its tracks; and while you're here vote on other posts as well. You citizens are the ultimate government watchdogs.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

DB says:

There is to much time and money being waisted on "General Studies" at the colleges and Universities. The majority of students who get a degree don't retain a thing from their "General Studies" courses. Why? Because they don't apply to the students everyday life and so they don't get used or applied. These students just learn how to regergitate what the Professor wants for the test and then they forget it. These courses are a waist of the students and teachers time and Tax dollars. Let the students get on with the focus of their education.


  1. Maybe if you hadn't "waisted" so much of your time, you'd have learned how to spell!

  2. I loved those classes during college. They were interesting and fun. I missed them once I was only doing electrical engineering so much so I took similar classes later in my studies!

  3. These classes make well rounded individuals. You can go to a trade school to specialize in a focus.