CAGW's witty and incisive reports exemplify the organization's knack for popularizing the message of fiscal conservatism. Like the Grace Commission Report before them, CAGW's publications today serve as a road map for policy-makers looking for ways to cut spending and draw the media's and public's attention to waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement that would otherwise go unnoticed.

Annual Reports
The Congressional Pig Book, our most popular publication, exposes pork-barrel spending at its worst.

State Piglet Books scrutinize the spending and waste in individual states.

Prime Cuts is a comprehensive catalog of programs and policies in need of reform and elimination.

Congressional Ratings measures each member of Congress against our pork-busting scrutiny.

Issue Briefs CAGW special reports


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CAGW Names Sen. Chuck Schumer August Porker of the Month

Sen. Chuck Schumer is CAGW's August Porker of the Month for his leading role in the effort to create supposedly “debt free” college for all students, which would exacerbate the student loan crisis.