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Wednesday, 14th April 2010

Chart Book Exposes Spendathon in Graphic Terms

Chart Book Exposes Spendathon in Graphic Terms
Source: Heritage Foundation

The federal government is spending more per household than ever before. At this rate, by the time this spring's college graduates turn 67, federal spending on just three programs -- Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security -- could consume two-fifths of the nation's economic output.

The 2010 Budget Chart Book, a highly visual online resource just released by The Heritage Foundation, shines a light on such ominous tax-and-spend trends in the federal budget. These trends threaten not only the nation's economy but its very security, Heritage analysts warn.

Visitors to heritage.org/BudgetChartBook may download, post or e-mail any of 39 information graphics, 12 of which are new to this updated edition. Included are links to relevant Heritage research and tools for bookmarking, embedding and information sharing through Twitter, Facebook and RSS feeds.



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