Game-Plan

The Game Plan

February 7, 2013

We believe that the only reason to start something is to finish it. We want to know the systems and be quick to respond throughout the budgeting process to ensure communities in central Africa can live without fear of the LRA. Here’s the game plan for getting the needed funds. Source

The S.T.O.C.K Act

The S.T.O.C.K Act

November 25, 2012

Understand what the STOCK Act is and how members of Congress can trade on nonpublic information. Source

’60s Retro Budget Plan by Republicans Unfit for Today

August 8, 2012

The last time the United States had spending this low was in 1966. Much has changed since then, which makes a federal budget at that level both impractical and undesirable. We are an older country, with more retirees receiving the Social Security and Medicare benefits they’ve earned during their working lives. Source

This is Not My Beautiful House

This is Not My Beautiful House

July 28, 2012

This infographic provides demographic information about the U.S congress. It illustrates that although the United States is becoming more diverse, the U.S congress is not reflecting that by those who are in office. It shows what Congress demographically looks like now and what it would look like if it reflected the U.S population. Source

The Sad State of Disclosure

The Sad State of Disclosure

June 5, 2012

By May 15 of ever year, Congress members are required to file disclosure forms about their personal finances — it’s just that these forms aren’t very transparent. Source