(CNSNews.com) – The financial contribution that the United States makes to the United Nations has increased sharply over the past decade, rising by $4.5 billion between 2001 and 2010 – a 142 percent rise -- according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Since 2006, the OMB has presented Congress with an annual report detailing the U.S. contributions to the U.N. system for each fiscal year, which runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30.
The total money contributed from all federal agencies to the United Nations, as reported by OMB, since 2001 are as follows:
FY 2001 -- $ 3,183,166,000.00
FY 2002 -- $ 3,934,814,000.00
FY 2003 -- $ 3,841,323,000.00
FY 2004 -- $ 4,115,155,000.00
FY 2005 -- $ 5,327,276,000.00
FY 2006 -- $ 4,546,120,000.00
FY 2007 -- $ 4,158,641,000.00
FY 2008 -- $ 6,090,242,000.00
FY 2009 -- $ 6,347,415,000.00
FY 2010 -- $ 7,691,822,000.00
The total increase in funding is $4,508,656,000.00, or a 142 percent rise over nine years.
Get out of UN and get Un out of America
What I would like to know how we got from funding the U.N. in this discussion to taxes and how the rich don't pay enough. You dem trolls should be on some lib site crying about the rich.
Oh! so now u're going to tell me how to run my life! Sounds like the Democrats,what to drive, what to eat, what to drink and so on!! Sort yr own life out then u can be my dad and tell me what to do! My advice, "Get a life!!!!"