Pay attention, your spelling is getting worse again.
"A faster rocket"? Speed is not an issue, spred. Cost efficiency per mass brought to orbit is. Only after the space ship that'd go to Mars is already in orbit, speed becomes important to decrease the exposure of zero gravity and deep space radiation for the astronauts. We can do that, though, modern ion engines allow for it.
Stronger telescope for hubble? We have those. We were supposed to have ones that were a hundred times better by now, but NASA cut funding, or they'd have been launched.
We don't even have a moon colony. What for? We know there's rocks, and dust, and... More rocks. In the long term - if we want to go after the resources of our solar system, we'll need one, but at the moment it's a huge waste of money. Want to improve the economy? Go defeat hunger.