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Concern for our nation’s financial future has been on the backburner for too long. In spite of our country’s much-too-high national debt of over $26 trillion, Congress continues to overspend. This poses a threat to our economy: too much debt can slow economic growth and foster uncertainty. We spend hundreds of billions each year on interest to service the national debt, and this percentage will grow as our debt continues to balloon. Structural spending reforms are needed.
Government Spending

Robert Enlow: Milton Friedman’s School Choice Revolution

Ginny Gentles & Robert Enlow | Students Over Systems
Government Spending

What You Should Know About the Debt-Ceiling Deal

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
Government Spending

One European Country Shows What Might Happen In America If Reckless Spending Continues

Ellie Krasne-Cohen | Op-Ed
Government Spending

Reckless Spending And Inflation Are Forcing Many Americans To ‘Unretire’

Patrice Onwuka | Op-Ed
Government Spending

The Phony Debt-Ceiling ‘Calamity’

Kristin Shapiro | Op-Ed
Government Spending

Two Truths And A Lie: Small Business Week

Gabriella Hoffman | Two Truths and a Lie
Government Spending

Biden Forgets Debt Limit Negotiations Have Been Happening For Decades

Carrie Sheffield | Blog
Government Spending

Common-Sense Limit, Save, Grow Debt-Ceiling Bill Advances

Patrice Onwuka | Blog
Government Spending

Insane Deficit Spending Is Immoral

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Government Spending

Reforms, Not Reparations Will Ensure Access, Opportunity

Patrice Onwuka | Op-Ed
Government Spending

The Easter Bunny’s Magic is Not Powerful Enough to Fix Rising Inflation This Year

Makenna McCoy | Blog
Government Spending

Cracking the Code of Successful Summer School Programs

Angela Morabito | Blog

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