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Jonathan Bydlak and Rebekah Johansen of Coalition to Reduce Spending join Michael to talk about their organization. The Coalition attacks spending like Grover Norquist's Group, Americans for Tax Reform, attacks taxes. The group offers candidates a pledge which promises not to increase spending without an offset elsewhere. Senator Ted Cruz, South Carolina’s Mark Sanford, Georgia’s Doug Collins and Paul Broun, and Ohio’s Steve Chabot have signed the pledge.
The group discusses spending trends, how wars impact spending, as well as mechanisms to keep spending in check. They also talk about the Budget Control Act (BCA) caps and Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) cuts. Bydlak and Johansen applaud members who are beginning to turn to these as avenues to curtail spending and programs ripe for cutting.
The Coalition advocates for a holistic approach to spending rather than a partisan approach where the left refuses to examine entitlements while the right views the defense budget as sacrosanct. However, it seems many new conservative house members are more open to the idea of putting Pentagon programs on the chopping block when these projects fail to deliver objectives or become white elephants.
Coalition to Reduce Spending advocates an approach that would keep the government spending within its means. They realize that the government spends money. They just encourage the government to take a flexible approach that allows it so spend money, but just asks that an increase in a budget for one program or project be met with an offset from another program or project. Visit Coalition to Reduce Spending to learn more.
Holiday is a unique season to appreciate people you love but it can also be costly. During the holiday, consumers' spending rises as people go beyond their budget of buying gifts for their family, friends, and loved ones. Learn on the show the meaningful gifts to buy for people that will not break your budget. Also ways to avoid credit card debt, and fight over money to save your home.
Guest on the show: Judith McGee, award winning financial adviser, Ceo of McGee Wealth Management; http://www.McGeeWm.com
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SPENDING MORE MONEY AND ENJOYING IT LESS?
Financial advisors agree on: AMERICANS SPEND WAY TOO MUCH MONEY!
Do you have a FINANCIAL ADVISOR? If you answered NO, THEN GET ONE NOW!
Many overspend because of boredom--no budget--or you want to keep up with your neighbors. Whatever your reason(s) you may be setting yourself up for a financial disaster.
Did you know the spending choices you make NOW will greatly impact the quality of your life later on.
Do you have MORE MONTH than MONEY...etc.
Get a Plan...etc.
Understand your emotions...etc.
Know your 'HOT' BUTTONS...etc.
Pay only with CASH...etc.
We will start the morning (7am-8:30am EST) with a discussion with: "What are the real differences between Republicans and Democrats?" What makes one a RINO or DINO?
Following this discussion...
MacMillin Slobodien is Executive Director of Our Generation where he advocates at the federal and state level; serves as spokesman for the organization; conducts policy research and analysis; assists in and formulates reports; and has written opinion pieces that have been published in The Washington Post, The Washington Times,The Examiner, The Daily Caller and other national publications.
We will be discussing his and Our Generation’s effort to enact legislative term limits for elected officials. According to Slobodien, "The longer a Member of Congress remains in offce, on average the more supportive of higher government spending he or she becomes."
OUR SHOW THAT AIRED SUNDAY AUGUST 17th, "SPENDING TIME WIT DA FAM" CELEBRATED NATIONAL FAMILY FUN MONTH. DUE TO A HOST OF TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES AND AIR TIME PROBLEMS, WE WERE UNABLE TO AIR "KUTTIN' KORNERS IN THE KITCHEN" W/ FRUGALISTA KELLY AND "TEEN BEAT" W/ JAUGHN MUNSON.
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WEDNESDAY 6pm central/ 7pm eastern
Presents and parties and credit cards, Oh MY!
This is the time of year when many of us throw away common sense, pull out the plastic and figure we won’t have to face the consequences of our decisions till next year, right?
Living life, buying gifts and making memories with those we love is important and we certainly are not promoting turning into Ebenezer Scrooge but are there ways to save money and still enjoy the holidays?
On today’s show No BS Money Guy Todd Strobel and Best Selling Financial Author Kim Butler will be discussing the do’s and don’ts of holiday spending.
Life is too short to be broke. Period.
When we fear money, struggle with money, or hate money as though its evil, we are not only denying our true abundace, we're turning our back on the infinite potential to live a great life!
We live in a world where money is a necessary tool for having specific experiences so why would Source want anything but that flow for us? By taking a look at how we spend our money, we're able to see what things in life we truly value and whether we are helping or hindering our abilty to make more of it.
In this episode we'll discuss the issues people have around concsious spending, why we are fueled to spend it all before it burns a hole in our pockets and why we suffer with the reality of scarity.
I'll share with you some of my favorite insights on soulful prosperity, to put into work immediately, to create a greater flow in your financial status.
Tonight, Wednesday, 10/15/2013 at 10:30pm est here on Delicious Talk Radio the segment Bringing Sexy Back we wellcome Abigale Rich who went from being critically injured as a flight medic on an air ambulance helicopter to an actress,model and playboy bunny.You don't want to miss this show. I encourage listening audience participation please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at 646-652-2877. Delicious Talk Radio is for the mature listening audience 18+ only.
Episode 44: Join us as we discuss some critical tips on spending during these upcoming holidays. Are there some good deals out there that you don't wanna miss? Why spend more than you have to? What do you need to know before Black Friday? Does it matter where you shop?
Hosts: Adia Sanders with Ministers J.R. Dunlap and Warren Feaster ... and YOU!!!
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