A CWALAC Spending
You might ask, "Why a spending revolt?" Well, we haven't seen a
spending crisis on this level in years. We also haven't seen an out-of-control
spending binge, like the one Congress is currently on, in years either. The fact
of the matter is, our elected officials aren't going to stop mid-stream and fix
this problem. It's not going to end on its own. We have to do
Concerned Women for America has joined SpendingRevolt.com, a broad coalition of taxpayers, business
owners, women, families and policy organizations focused on breaking the cycle
of spending dependency in Washington.
learned the hard way. Let's learn from their mistakes instead and avoid the
financial mess in which they're currently embroiled. Join us. Visit SpendingRevolt.com, and tell Washington that it’s time for
fiscally responsible leadership.
some resources we think you might find helpful.
moms' will take angst out on someone
Deficit spending is hitting home for moms
just as they are preparing to send teenagers off to college and dealing with the
declining health of their parents. ... And they're not too happy about
Revolt Talking Points
The policies of the Obama administration are
expected to result in an annual deficit this year of $1.5 trillion and push the
public debt to 90 percent of the economy by 2020.
It's Time for
Women understand what it means to live
within our means and thus find it outrageous that Congress refuses to live up to
the same standards.
Obamanomics: A Summary of the Analyses and
Commentary Related to the Financial Impact of ObamaCare on Women and
President Obama's policy initiatives — and
the tax increases that will be necessary to finance them — are a threat to
individual families’ finances and the nation’s economic strength, and they'll
contribute to the financial crisis, and vastly increase the federal debt that
economists predict will add to the already existing mountain of debt that
promises to burden generations of Americans into the foreseeable
The CBO Warns
the Nation; Is Anybody Listening?
Warning signs are everywhere. The U.S.
workforce suffered one its sharpest declines ever in June. Economists claim that
“wages are flirting with deflation.” It’s hard to find good news on the