I am sadden by the politicians that spend, spend and spend. Sharon and I do not run our personal budget like that. We here at FGGAM do not have any debt, as God told me that when He established FGGAM, HAVE NO DEBT! Spending more than you have is not God’s way. It seems that to many in the government simply to not care anymore about drowning the U.S. in red ink. They pretend it is not there, they act like they are playing the game monopoly.

I am thankful for Congressman Pearce’s stance on the Federal budget.

The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender. Proverbs 22:7

Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for whoever loves others has fulfilled the law. Romans 13:8

FGGAM received this news release from the office of NM Congressman Steve Pearce:



Washington, DC (February 12, 2018) Congressman Steve Pearce released the following statement after President Trump released his infrastructure plan:

“As a state vastly comprised of rural communities, we understand just how important infrastructure projects are to improve the livelihoods of people, families, and businesses in our State. It is vital for the safety and productivity of New Mexico that Congress looks to reform how we currently fund and complete infrastructure projects. New Mexico will greatly benefit from any positive improvements to infrastructure. At the same time, our nation faces extreme budget pressures. Any plan must be one that can work to improve and modernize the nation’s infrastructure without driving the United States into further debt. I look forward to working with the Administration and my colleagues in Congress to making the essential reforms to the nation’s infrastructure projects that will benefit New Mexico.”


White House releases 55-page, $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan
The White House on Monday officially released a 55-page proposal for President Trump’s long-awaited infrastructure overhaul.

The plan puts forth a framework for lawmakers to craft legislation that for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure package that would focus on public-private partnerships and funding from state and local governments.

Read the document here.

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