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THINGS THAT MATTER
The future. Millennials are the largest generation of Americans, but our interests are the least represented in Washington. We believe through transparency and accountability we can make that change.
To ensure our tax dollars are used properly, sunlight is the best disinfectant.
The only way to get a better government is to hold our leaders accountable.
Relying on others will not solve our problems, its time for us to take responsibility for our future.
To secure a better future we need leaders with a vision.
Our generation deserves the same economic opportunities as generations that came before us.
Our decisions and debates should be informed by objective truths rather than empty rhetoric.
Federal agencies go largely unchecked, spending at will making use of inflated budgets. While some do very important work, we need to hold them all accountable. You can join us by:
- Donating to the Cause
- Emailing your Legislator
- Signing Our Petitions
“The Inheritors” have become “The Perpetrators” – a generation that is preserving its wealth by stealing opportunity from today’s youth. - Tom Coburn
Government Agencies are rarely held accountable for their spending. Search an agency below to check in on them.
Department of Health and Human Services
- 1,000,000 On a Monkey Music Study
- 243,000 On a Cocaine Bee Study
- 246,785 On a Facebook Smoking Intervention
- 199,665 On Studying E-Cigarette Tweets
- 387,000 On Swedish Massages for Rabbits
- 48,500 On Cigarettes and Soviets Book
- 52,000,000 On housing 139 Chimpanzees
Memes That Matter
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"The vast amount of waste and sheer stupidity in government - from the Pentagon to the Food and Drug Administration - could fill committee agendas for years." - Tom Coburn
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The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2019 to 2029
Actions Needed to Better Measure and Address Retailer Trafficking
Implementation of New Rates May Lead to Billions in Excess Payments
Understanding the Results of the Audit of the DoD FY 2018 Financial Statements