Somebody has an odd idea of “inspirational.”
Members of Congress are calling Erick Erickson for advice and absolution?
Yes, the President is a key actor in the debt ceiling debate. However, the actual decision is a congressional one.
We need to have a serious debate on taxes and spending. And it would be nice if the debate was honest.
I must confess to having only paid peripheral attention at first, but it is clear that there is a major story here that requires attention.
Some things are worth repeating.
Should we assume that a deal will eventually be struck and simply stop paying attention to the debt ceiling debate?
The GOP’s debt ceiling stance appears to be making some in business uneasy.
Our fundamental fiscal problem is an unwillingness to deal realistically with costs and benefits.
Yes, China’s GDP growth has been impressive for some time now, but it is not the sole way to understand development.
A study shows how a brief blip in payments in 1979 had negative consequences.
Institutions, or the lack thereof, matter.