After millions of taxpayer dollars have been spent promoting Obamacare, the health care act is proving to be too confusing for most Americans.
Lenwood Brooks, policy director of Public Notice, joins the Bill LuMaye Show to discuss wasteful spending in regards to government conferences and government spending.
Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, joins the Bill LuMaye Show to discuss how the IRS is guilty of wasteful spending and how Washington needs to be held accountable for their actions.
In the same week that it was reported Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was soliciting private donations from health industry executives to fund Obamacare, the IRS was forced to apologize for inappropriately targeting groups for a number of politically charged criteria.
Obamacare supporter and Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden recently said, “We’re in the phase for the actual meat of the law to come online.” As we move closer to full implementation of the law, including some of its most notable provisions, Bankrupting America will highlight the consequences of “the meat of the law.”
In 2008, many Americans saw their retirement accounts wiped out. Now, more than four years later, the economy still hasn’t recovered, and instead of retiring, more people are “ripping up” their plans and continuing to work. So why does Washington want to punish responsible behavior by capping retirement savings?
Bankrupting America, a project of Public Notice, today released an animated web video titled “What is Bankrupting America?” focused on educating and engaging Americans on the national debt, government spending and the drag they cause on our economy.
Last night with popcorn in hand, we watched Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY, takeover C-SPAN 2 with his filibuster of the executive branch’s use of militarydrones. Today the buzz has continued, and for all the talk and tweets it generated, it seems filibusters are poised to make a Britney Spears-esque comeback.
Why is Washington suddenly panicking over sequestration when they’ve known it was coming all along? Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, joins The Morning Beat with Chad Adams to discuss President Obama’s speech on sequestration and the impact it could have on our economy.
Today, Bankrupting America, is rolling out a new campaign called: “Talk is Cheap, Overspending is Not,” to hold Washington lawmakers accountable for their promises to cut wasteful spending and get America’s debt and deficits under control.