Here’s a fantastic map put together by a Hill staffer letting you track the pork projects in the Commerce, Justice and State bill of the Omnibus. 

The Omnibus bill, which the House of Representatives just passed two days ago on a largely partisan vote, contains over 8,000 earmarks.  The CJS bill has roughly 1,500 earmarks of them.  Take a look and see what pork projects may be coming to your neighborhood.

And once you’re done with the CJS bill, you can also browse the Energy and Water bill earmarks on this map – if your stomach can handle that much pork that is…

If you’re on Twitter,  you should follow this feed for great updates on wasteful porkbarrel spending:, and of course ATR’s Center for Fiscal Accountability via