If Americans are really buying Obama’s arguments, we’re in serious trouble.
‘If current laws remain in place, debt will equal 77 percent of GDP’
Factors include the nation’s poor overall economic outlook and soaring levels of debt
The housing market recovery won’t solve state and local governments’ long-term problems.
Maybe if Americans had to shoulder the actual cost of federal programs, they’d demand spending cuts.
Every time Congress passes a bill like this, America gets closer to bankruptcy.
It’s time for President Obama to get serious about the deficit.
Why this really is the most important election of our lifetime.
The numbers don’t lie: Obama’s presidency has been a disaster.
One of the candidates (or both) should embrace Simpson-Bowles.
Ryan’s speech was good but in some ways disappointing.
The president’s false narrative on what ‘got us into this mess in the first place.’
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Obama ‘doesn’t care if it is going to cost 700,000 jobs,’ says Va. congressman
GOP critique: Obama has raised the debt by $5 trillion; more than any other president in history
President Obama should ask the Chinese to honor their debts.
California Gov Jerry Brown revealed his revised plan Monday to close the state’s $16 billion budget deficit by slashing $8.3 billion in government spending and imposing temporary tax increases. His new proposal increases cuts $4.1 billion from the January proposal. Brown also proposed a 16 percent increase in funding for education, subject to voter approval, […]
Bank of Spain looks to rescue Bankia - TheDCNF
The Bank of Spain announced that it is looking rescue Bankia SA by taking a controlling share, according to the Wall Street Journal. The move would convert the 4.5 billion euros of bailout funds from the Spanish government to common shares, giving Spanish authorities control of Bankia’s parent company, Banco Financiero y de Ahorros SA […]
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