Foundation

Blog 

NTU Urges Congress: Do the Hard Things First

by Nan Swift / /

After years of falling short on appropriations, it's time to try bringing up the more contentious spending bills first.
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Blog 

NTU Urges House to Support Regulatory Reform Measures

by Nan Swift / /

NTU strongly urges all Representatives to vote "YES" on H.R. 1155, the "Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome (SCRUB) Act."
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Repeal Obamacare and Cut the Deficit? A No-Brainer for Congress

by Brandon Arnold / /

Tomorrow, the House of Representatives will vote on a bill that would repeal most of the Affordable Care Act or "Obamacare."
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Campaign Study 

The Cost of the Proposals in the December 19 Democratic Debate

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Clinton, O'Malley, and Sanders had a combined total of 41 proposals that could impact spending. What did they say and how much could it all cost?
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Blog 

Troubled Littoral Combat Ship Hits another Snag

by Nan Swift / /

News that the newest Littoral Combat Ship broke down at sea comes as no surprise and is extremely disappointing to taxpayers who keep footing the bill for this problematic program.
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Taxpayer's Tab 

Taxpayer's Tab: How Much Could be Raised with Tax Hikes on the Top 1 Percent?

by Demian Brady, Timothy Howland / /

NTUF investigates static analysis of revenues from theoretical tax hikes based on the latest income tax data reported by the IRS.
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Blog 

Sen. Flake Releases Blockbuster Wastebook

by Nan Swift / /

In a world where $115,000 for puppet shows is a rounding error, one Senator has had enough.
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Blog 

Throwback Thursday: Federal Debt Edition

by Demian Brady / /

In my previous "Throwback Thursday" post, I looked back at candidate Obama's unfulfilled promise in 2008 that he would cut more than he would spend. This throwback post doesn't go as far back in time, but since the new Fiscal Year started October 1, the f
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Policy Paper 

The Case Against a Four Percent of GDP Defense Spending Minimum

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NTUF challenges the long-held notion that the U.S. should spend at least four percent of GDP on defense in a new policy paper, "When More Is Meaningless."
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Research 

The Federal Budget for Refugee Assistance

by Demian Brady / /

Anyone paying attention to the news has heard about the international refugee crisis but few people have probably heard of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the federal agency that oversees the services provided to refugees in the United States. The fir
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