Restoring Fiscal Responsibility

Record federal spending in recent years has created a national debt that threatens the prosperity of Americans today—to say nothing of generations to come.

Since 2009, the national debt—now $19.2 trillion—has grown by $8.6 trillion or 81 percent.

Yet despite these depressing figures, politicians in both parties refuse to act.

Unless we restore fiscal responsibility immediately, our children and grandchildren will be left with a massive tab, and a country that is much worse off.


May 08, 2018

Recommendations for ‘Rescission’ Budget Savings

This morning, the Trump administration announced its proposal for spending cuts through a rescission package which, according to The Wall Street Journal, will include $15 billion with a focus on “money that…

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Apr 19, 2018

The Real Driver Behind Growing Deficits: Entitlement Spending

America’s national deficit crisis is not going away, and as the Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner pointed out on National Review Online, entitlement spending is a major factor behind the impending…

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Apr 10, 2018

Washington’s Reckless Spending Cause of Growing Deficits, Not Tax Relief

Arlington, VA – Issuing a report on its outlook on the U.S. economy, the Congressional Budget Office yesterday indicated that the federal budget deficit would total $804 billion this year and surpass…

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Apr 09, 2018

Freedom Partners Statement: Balanced Budget Amendment Show-Vote Not a Replacement for Fiscal Discipline; Rescission Package a Practical First Step

Arlington, VA – Just weeks following the passage of a massive spending increase, recent news reports indicate that the House of Representatives this week will vote on a balanced budget amendment to the…

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