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Obama Burdens America’s Children with $5 trillion more Debt
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Obama Burdens America’s Children with $5 trillion more Debt

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt Burden  

02/05/2012
The 12 Super Czars Can’t Reduce the Debt
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The 12 Super Czars Can’t Reduce the Debt

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt Burden Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt. – Herbert Hoover All democracies institute programs for current voters and shift the debt to future workers, even the unborn.  Social Security, Medicare, prescription drug benefits for seniors are prime examples of those programs in America.

11/10/2011
Tea Party Group Casts National Debt as a Household Budget
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Tea Party Group Casts National Debt as a Household Budget

Democracy and Power 104: Government Debt – An Unpaid Tax Bill

10/02/2011
New! Tea Party Debt Commission Info Page
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New! Tea Party Debt Commission Info Page

It's here! Grassroots America's answer to the congressional "Super Committee." Click here to learn more abou the Tea Party Debt Commission.

08/30/2011
The Government Spending Binge
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The Government Spending Binge

For most of this year, the talk in Washington has been focused on the debt, the debt ceiling, spending, and tax revenue. Politicians, economists, reporters, and citizens keeps referencing these large unfathomable numbers, like $14.6 trillion in debt. But what does that really mean?

08/05/2011
Key Vote YES on the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act
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Key Vote YES on the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act

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07/15/2011
Ask Your Senators and Representative to Cosponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act
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Ask Your Senators and Representative to Cosponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Senators and Representative and ask them to co-sponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act of 2011.

07/14/2011
Why America needs a Balance Budget Amendment
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Why America needs a Balance Budget Amendment

Democracy and Power 104: Future Debt Burden A government debt is a government claim against personal income and private property – an unpaid tax bill. – Hans F. Sennholz

07/01/2011
The Entitlement Deficit: America’s Other National Debt
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The Entitlement Deficit: America’s Other National Debt

On May 16, 2011, the US public debt once again reached the debt ceiling (the legal cap set by Congress for how much the United States is allowed to borrow). The United States’ debt now stands at around 14.3 trillion dollars.  A quick visit to usdebtclock.org shows that the United States now owes around $46,000 dollars per citizen and over $129,000 per taxpayer. Those are big numbers; numbers big enough to get many lawmakers on both side of the aisle talking about reducing the deficit.

06/03/2011
Bold Actions by Bold Senators
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Bold Actions by Bold Senators

Since the Tea Party made so much noise at the polls last fall, we have seen a lot of bold action from Members of the House of Representatives to try to rein in spending, reduce the deficit, and limit the overall scope of government. Unfortunately, Senate leadership is not taking heed and has failed to truly address the major issues facing our country. Despite our looming national debt ($14.3 trillion), they have not proposed any major cuts in spending; they have not reformed entitlement programs; and they have not proposed a budget, balanced or otherwise. 

05/26/2011

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