The Fox Business Network reporter has his facts wrong.
Municipal governments across the country are running out of money — and options.
Another round of low-tax repatriation of foreign corporate profits could yield the U.S. over $500 billion of new capital.
By not addressing our enormous debt, we are passing a legacy of debt slavery on to our children.
Reckless spending has made our economic situation worse. It’s time to change course.
President Obama will propose doing away with roughly $4 billion a year in subsidies and tax breaks for oil companies
Britain is selling parts of Sherwood Forest to balance the books, France and Italy follow suit
State governments will go bankrupt if they don’t start dieting immediately.
Is Washington finally ready to tackle the nation’s fiscal and budgetary woes?
It’s time for the reckless spending to stop.
Here are four areas that policymakers should be focusing on in order to ensure that the fragile recovery doesn’t falter.
Refusing to raise the debt limit would be a terrible mistake.
We can either pass a balanced budget amendment now or wait for China and others to impose a more abrupt and painful balanced budget upon us.
Can the Union survive its debt crisis?
HERMAN CAIN: Go ahead, lame duck Congress, make our day - TheDC Opinion
If Democrats fail to act and tax rates go up for everybody, the election results of 2010 will seem like a picnic compared to the shellacking they will get in 2012.
Ryan: 'We're going to cut spending' - The Hill
The incoming House Budget Committee chairman said Sunday that Republicans are going to get to work cutting spending in order to cut the deficit in the next Congress
Increasing business revenues is the most effective way to reduce the debt.
How to starve the beast - TheDC
Mixed conservative reaction to tax deal caused by lack of clarity around deficit impact
A new investment strategy built on pro-growth tax cuts.
The debt ceiling should not be raised without making major changes to the way Washington does business.