A diverse coalition from South Carolina is calling on lawmakers to address the rapidly approaching fiscal cliff and the country’s long-term federal debt problems.
We face more "Fiscal Speed Bumps" ahead, like the expiration of highway funding at the end of the month, because of the inability of Washington to comprehensively fix our budget problems.
Our latest infographic illustrates the debt hole Washington is putting us in.
A column in the New Hampshire Business Review highlights our "First Budget" initiative with the Concord Coalition and why it's important. Read more.
Now that your taxes are (hopefully) out of the way. Check out where the money goes and other facts about our tax system with our Taxpayer Receipt, Tax Day infographic and handy charts.
Updates From South-carolinasee more »
05 May 2015 - No sooner does Congress deal with one fiscal matter when the next one appears just around the corner.
04 May 2015 - As the presidential field grows, our efforts to make the national debt a major campaign issue are gaining steam.
01 May 2015 - Congress is set to approve of a budget for the first time in years. While this is progress, it is still a far cry from the bipartisan and comprehensive fiscal plan the country needs.
28 April 2015 - Over the past few months, we have worked with voters in Iowa and New Hampshire to ensure addressing the national debt is a priority in the 2016 presidential campaign. This weekend, op-eds were published in both states calling for voters to get involved and help make the national debt a top issue.
27 April 2015 - The United States finds itself in a historically large debt hole. However, instead of working together to patch it, policymakers in Washington are joining hand-in-hand to dig the hole even deeper.
Why it matters
"It's going to take strong will, effective leadership, and a renewed spirit of bipartisanship from our leaders in Washington to address one of the most pressing challenges of our time. The time for action is now if we're to…Ambassador Tony Garza
The pressure is on Congress to address our growing debt if we want to avoid the fiscal cliff. Congress has to address this now – there is no time to wait. It is time for our elected leaders to…Harry Prestanski
Our country stands as a beacon of liberty and hope for people around the world. I care because I’m afraid of a world where these values are diminished because of our government’s inability to function. Fiscal stability and responsible…Michael Taylor
"As a businessman and former elected official, I am worried about Congress’ ability to reach a national debt deal. If we continue to ignore this growing problem, our economy will suffer the consequences. We can expect slower growth, lower…Rick Bennett