This year, more than two-thirds of all federal spending will go toward automatic, mandatory programs and interest payments that are non-negotiable in the federal budget.

Three of these programs—Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security—are on a path to bankruptcy and will consume a greater share of the federal budget with each passing year.

Without reform, these automatic spending programs—the main drivers of runaway federal debt—represent the greatest threat to the economic future of our country.

Something must be done now.

There are many places to start. For instance, auditors identified $125 billion in improper overpayments within entitlement programs in 2014 alone. Congress must eliminate this waste.

But that’s just a start. Politicians must find other places to act, and fast. Failure to do so will hamstring the economy—and harm the American people—for generations to come.

Jun 07, 2016

Ohio Obamacare CO-OP Collapses Leaving 22,000 to Find New Coverage

Only ten of the original 24 Affordable Care Act Consumer-Oriented-and-Operated Plans (CO-OPs) remain after Ohio’s CO-OP health plan, InHealth Mutual, announced that it will shut down…

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May 12, 2016

Federal Judge Rules that Obamacare “Cost-Sharing” Bailout of Insurers “Violates the Constitution”

One of the massive taxpayer-funded bailouts occurring under Obamacare is not only reckless and unaffordable, but in violation of the Constitution as well — according to a federal judge. Today, Judge Rosemary…

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Apr 15, 2016

Your Personal Share of Federal Debt is Higher than Time Magazine Wants You to Believe

The latest cover of Time Magazine says that each American owes $42,998.12 as their personal share of the federal debt, which they say weighs in at $13.9 trillion dollars…

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Mar 24, 2016

CBO Confirms: U.S. Fiscal Future is Bleak

Entitlement Crisis is Not a Matter of If – But When.  The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its updated 10-year budget projections today, and it once again highlights that our nation’s…

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