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Ignore The Endless Talk Of Doom, Budget Deficits Really Don't Matter

U.S. federal debt added up to $908 billion in 1980, but today, nearly 40 years later, the number comes in around $20 trillion. That the amount owed by U.S. taxpayers has soared over twenty-fold would, in a static world, correlate with a huge increase in borrowing costs for the U.S. Treasury.

09/24/2017
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Coalition Letter: House Leadership, It’s Time to Play Ball or Go Home on Debt Ceiling

FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon and Club for Growth President David McIntosh released statements after the release of a coalition letter to House leadership on the debt ceiling. The letter was also signed by other conservative groups.

09/06/2017
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Congress Must Support a New Round of BRAC

As passed by the House last month, the National Defense Authorization Act, H.R. 2810, contains language that prohibits a new round of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). An amendment offered by Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif.) to strike this section of the bill failed by a vote of 175 to 248.

08/16/2017
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FreedomWorks: Obama Spending Process, Levels, and Priorities

Ahead of the vote on the omnibus spending bill, FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon released the following statement about the organization's key vote against the Consolidated Appropriations Act, H.R. 244:

05/02/2017
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The Angry Loser Party

Proponents of the Women’s March and other protests that have broken out in various city centers and airport terminals across the country often compare themselves to the Tea Party movement.

02/14/2017
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Six-Figure FreedomWorks Ad Buy Supporting Rep. Mulvaney for OMB

Rep. Mulvaney has a 95 percent lifetime score with FreedomWorks

01/27/2017
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Puerto Rico Needs Drastic Financial Reform, and Fast

Puerto Rico is in a financial free-fall, and the federal government is actively trying to prevent a total economic meltdown. Recently, legislation was introduced in the House by the Natural Resources Committee to help resolve Puerto Rico’s financial crisis, an effort that is well-intentioned and far superior to any taxpayer bailout of the territory. There are concerns, however, that still need to be addressed before the bill should go forward.

04/13/2016
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In Search of State Pension Reform

Recently, the public debt crisis in Puerto Rico has sparked widespread discussion about the need for public pension reform. The island territory is already $72 billion in debt, with shortfalls in the public pension fund of up to $30 billion. Without major changes in government spending patterns, Puerto Rico is in danger of becoming insolvent, sending the already brittle economy into a death spiral. While many on the left call for the immediate restructuring of Puerto Rico’s debt, the island’s plight is just the latest example of a state or territory misusing and abusing their public pension system, demonstrating the dire need for reform.

03/31/2016
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New CBO Deficit Projections: Running Out of Road for that Can We're Kicking

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has released its updated budget projections, and there's no sugar-coating the numbers. The federal government’s annual budget deficits were already slated to start rising again in 2016, but thanks to some discouraging economic growth predictions and a bloated budget deal that added tens of billions in new spending, we’re now looking at returning to trillion dollar annual deficits in only six years (2022).

01/20/2016
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The Real National Debt Could be $210 Trillion

Recently, the Congressional Budget Office released their Long-Term Budget Outlook for 2015. The official CBO Outlook included some pretty scary figures. The forecast projects the deficit as a percentage of GDP to increase from below 3 percent, to nearly 6 percent in the next twenty-five years. Over the same time frame, the CBO forecasts national debt to increase to over 100 percent of GDP.

07/22/2015

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