How you can help fight for a spending diet
The federal government today spends too much, borrows too much, and taxes too much.
Over the last decade, federal spending has risen 75 percent–and it’s showing no signs of stopping.
And now President Obama and his liberal allies are protesting that even the “sequester” spending cuts, which barely put a dent in the growth, are too much. Hardly.
It’s high time we trim the excess, cut the fat, and get government spending under control. And The Heritage Foundation has a plan to get us there.
Three ways Heritage is fighting for common-sense budget policies
With your support, The Heritage Foundation is:
- Reaching more Americans with the conservative truth. We will break through the mainstream media barriers to reach Americans who have no access to the truth. We will bring them conservative ideas in a powerful way, and show them the connection between the Obama administration’s liberal policies and the trouble they and the country are facing.
- Alerting conservative members of Congress to liberal spin. Heritage is educating lawmakers so they can resist caving in to the huge pressures they are under to “get something done,” “end the gridlock,” and other rhetoric liberals use to undermine conservatives and conservative ideas.
- Developing principled solutions to today’s problems. Last month, we sent a copy of our “America’s Opportunity for All” plan to members of Congress. It outlines a comprehensive, principled plan to lower our debt, slash government spending, restore our freedom, defend America from our enemies, and much more.
We rely on your support
The Heritage Foundation continues to give lawmakers and conservatives nationwide the ammunition they need to demolish the liberal agenda and promote conservative ideas.
And we rely on the support of more than half a million conservatives like you to make possible everything we do.
Your generous gift today will help Heritage articulate our vision for a more limited government that spends within its means.
Donate today to help Heritage fight the big-government agenda
and put government on a spending diet