Our fiscal policy firmly commits to free market solutions while recognizing the government's role in promoting economic growth for both domestic producers and consumers.
A balanced budget and plan to pay down the national debt would place our government in a strong position to respond to future economic and
national defense emergencies.
Through consolidation and following government agency recommendations, the Children of Liberty will reduce spending WITHOUT reducing benefits.
The political class are wasting our money!
We can end poverty and save billions if we simply unify all welfare programs into a single program.
A large national debt
slows our economy,
wastes our tax money,
steals from our children and grandchildren, and
threatens our national security, reducing our ability to respond to future crisis.
The United States is a massive federal bureaucracy of over 15 departments and 200 independent agencies. The president cannot manage it. The people do not understand it, and the media cannot report on it. Our government is effectively hiding the functions and spending of government.
Similar functions are spread across multiple departments and agencies creating unnecessary overhead and cost.
Federal agencies (as opposed to executive departments) should be eliminated if possible. They violate the principles of separation of powers and checks and balances. No government institution should hold concurrently legislative, executive, and judicial powers.
Regulation should be reduced and controlled by Congress. Congress must take responsibility for the scope of its legislation. Federal, not administrative courts, must resolve disputes.
We reduce government into seven executive departments and handful of independent government-sponsored groups. We streamline the bureaucracy, reducing the number of individuals who report to the president or any mid-level bureaucrat. Common bureaucratic functions should be centralized whenever possible.
We move the following government functions to an Audit Departnment as a safeguard against executive authority: Legal Counsel, Inspectors General, Freedom of Information Act requests, equal protection under the law oversight, and management and financial requirements and guidelines. This department must promptly respond to all legal and reasonable requests from Congress.