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FreedomWorks Foundation Releases Entitlement Reform: A Growing National Emergency

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks Foundation today releases its booklet, Entitlement Reform: A Growing National Emergency, in response to the record $22 trillion national debt, with mandatory entitlement spending and interest on the debt being the primary drivers. Congressional Democrats continue to pay no heed to the problem, as evidenced by their repeated proposals to expand entitlement programs.

04/30/2019
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FreedomWorks Entitlement Reform Series Part Three: Will America Avoid Fiscal Collapse?

BY Romina Boccia

The United States is on a fiscal collision course. Decades of unfunded entitlement promises, demographic changes, and a dysfunctional political process combine to drive the federal budget deep into debt. This poses a threat to the American economy and prosperity. According to projections by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, public debt is projected to approach 100 percent of gross domestic product in the next 10 years and will continue growing on a rapid upward trajectory from that point.

04/29/2019
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FreedomWorks Entitlement Reform Series Part Two: Cutting Discretionary Spending is Not Enough to Prevent Debt Crisis

BY Jason Pye

As the House considers the fifth discretionary spending limits bill, the Investing for the People Act, since the Budget Control Act of 2011, it is worth taking a serious look at what that debate means in the scheme of federal spending. It matters but is far from the true root of our fiscal insanity. Nondefense discretionary spending is projected to represent about 15 percent of federal spending in 2019, or about $669 billion out of the expected budget of over $4.4 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office. Congress could eliminate all nondefense discretionary spending and still run a large budget deficit of more than $300 billion.

04/29/2019
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FreedomWorks Entitlement Reform Series Part One: Congress Must Find Conservative Solution to the Entitlement Crisis

BY Adam Brandon

Since Democrats took control of the House, there has been no shortage of bad legislation that has either been pushed through the lower chamber or advocated by progressives. Democrats were set to consider yet another “caps deal” to bust its own spending maximums set under the Budget Control Act. The Democratic leadership has pulled it from the schedule as progressives and moderates in the party disagree on spending levels. Progressives, of course, want more spending on domestic programs.

04/23/2019
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FreedomWorks Statement in Response to Report that Social Security Trust Fund Will be Depleted by 2035

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to CMS’s release of its 2019 Medicare Trustees Report this afternoon that confirms the desolate state of our nation’s entitlement spending, Jason Pye, FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented:

04/22/2019
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Publication

Entitlement Reform: A Growing National Emergency

As our debt soars above $22 trillion and continues to grow, Democrats are seeking yet another deal to bust discretionary spending caps. However, politicians on both sides of the aisle are ignoring -- as has become routine -- the true drivers of our debt crisis: mandatory spending.

04/22/2019
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Social Security Reform Is Long Overdue, but Massive Tax Hikes Are Not the Answer

BY Jason Pye

House Democrats are considering pushing a massive tax Opens a New Window. hike on American workers, regardless of their income level, as part of a bill to expand Social Security. There’s no question that Social Security Opens a New Window. faces significant funding issues, but there are better ways to reform the program than increasing payroll taxes Opens a New Window. on every employer and worker.

03/21/2019
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FreedomWorks Statement in Response to White House Proposed Budget for FY 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to President Trump’s proposed federal budget for FY 2020, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:

03/11/2019
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Blog

Support the Retirement Freedom Act, H.R. 6703 and S. 3560

On behalf of FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and senators ask them to support and co-sponsor the Retirement Freedom Act, H.R. 6703 and S. 3560, introduced by Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Ala.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). The bill would decouple Social Security benefits from Medicare Part A enrollment, allowing individuals if they so choose to to opt out of Medicare Part A without losing access to their Social Security benefits.

10/09/2018
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Trustees Report Confirms Looming Social Security and Medicare Insolvency

It is no secret that Social Security and Medicare will soon be insolvent. The updated Social Security and Medicare Trustees Report released earlier this month has confirmed that insolvency is still imminent, and will come even sooner than anticipated.

06/25/2018

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