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IN FOCUS - Defund The Federal Beast

America’s Future aims to educate and inform citizens about the beauty and bounty of this great nation. But we also have an obligation to share information for people to make informed decisions. In the articles below, we are highlighting some of the most abusive and oppressive federal agencies and programs that should be targeted for review, defunded, or ended.

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Time to Defund the ATF

For decades, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF) has acted in a lawless fashion, including engaging in acts of violence against American citizens. For most of its existence, ATF was situated in the U.S. Department of the Treasury because federal control of alcohol and tobacco centered on the collection of federal excise taxes.

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Time to Defund Foreign Aid

As of this writing, the national debt is approaching $32 Trillion. The actual number is about $31,912,753,000,000, but it is hard to be more specific as the amount of debt grows so fast, you cannot even discern the actual number at any point.

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Stop Wasting Taxpayer Money

Using The Holman Rule To Defund Leftist Programs And Rogue Bureaucrats

One of the many benefits of the members of The House Freedom Caucus having challenged Kevin McCarthy for Speaker was incorporating The Holman Rule into the House Rules for the 118th Congress (2023-2025). Very few have heard of The Holman rule, and even fewer could explain what it is, but this Rule could prove to be one of the most useful tools for House Republicans to defund terrible government programs and personnel.

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Bringing Back Impoundment to Defund Endless Wars

The Constitution vests in Congress the power to appropriate funds. U.S. CONST. Art. I, Section 9, cl. 7. This provision clearly limits the amount of money the Executive Branch may expend each year, but it raises an interesting question: Does the amount of money appropriated operate only a cap on expenditures, or does it carry with it the requirement that the money be spent, making it both a floor and a cap on spending?

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