Browsing articles by "Staff, Author at Institute for Spending Reform"

BlazeTV discusses Spending Tracker

In case you missed it, hosts on Glenn Beck’s BlazeTV recently discussed the Spending Tracker, and the importance of making sure government is limited, no matter who is in power. You can view the whole clip at this link (starting at around the 18-minute mark). Our data is truly a revolutionary new way to track […] Read More >>

NEWS RELEASE: Spending Tracker Now Tracks Spending for a Decade

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Rebekah Bydlak Email: media@spendingreform.org SPENDING WATCHDOG RELEASES FISCAL RECORD OF EVERY MEMBER OF CONGRESS SINCE 2009SpendingTracker.org tallies over 4 million individual score and vote records January 23, 2019 – The Institute for Spending Reform, a nonpartisan fiscal watchdog announced the newest expansion of SpendingTracker.org on Wednesday. The group has collected legislative […] Read More >>

Does the nation’s longest shutdown save us money?

The United States has now entered its longest-ever government shutdown. With government employees across the country officially receiving $0 paychecks, it’s likely that Members of Congress will get even more pressure to find a solution. Meanwhile, competing stories of standoffs and storming out of meetings do not offer much optimism that compromise is on the […] Read More >>