Cam Edwards speaks with Seton Motley, President of Less Government, about a Congressional Budget Office report that proposes new taxes based upon how many miles people drive to offset the cost of roads. Motley explains that first of all, people are already paying the gas tax for roads, and secondly, this proposal would require that all citizens have government tracked GPS in their cars to record the mileage-which is a slippery slope to disaster. Motley also talks about a recent move in Lake County, Minnesota where $66.4 million in government money has gone to connecting the internet for locals. He discusses his article on the subject "Yet Another Terrible Internet Stimulus Project." Originally aired 3/25/2011.