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  • Video: Spending is the Real Problem

    The Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell and the Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation, have produced videos explaining why Keynesian economics is wrong, presenting the evidence that big government hurts economic growth, explaining how big government hurts economic growthmaking the case against the Value Added Tax, and detailing the real fiscal cost of Obamacare.

    Now Mitchell is back demonstrating that wile Deficits are Bad, but the Real Problem is Spending. Watch:

    Be sure to check out The Heritage Federal Revenue and Spending Book of Charts for more great anti-federal spending resources, including:
    Federal Spending Compared to Median Income
    federal-spending_04-580
    Defense Spending v. Discretionary Spending
    federal-spending_12-580
    Federal Spending by Party
    federal-spending_01-580

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    One Response to Video: Spending is the Real Problem

    1. Zachary Uram says:

      This is madness!

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