The Federal Budget Deficit rose 27% in July, putting it on course for the $1 trillion by the end of September.
President Trump and the Congressional leadership have reached agreement on a multi-year budget deal that that busts through all remaining controls on spending.
The Federal Budget Deficit passed the $700 Billion mark with three months still to go in the Fiscal Year.
Two years of Republican control of the Legislative and Executive Branches has put us back on a path toward $1 trillion budget deficits.
The Federal Budget Deficit is set to end the Fiscal Year close to $1 trillion, and to continue growing after that.
The National Debt has passed $21,000,000,000,000 for the first time in history just as the nation begins its return to the era of trillion dollar budget deficits.
POLITICO buries the lede in making the case for “Donald Trump’s bubble presidency.”
Republicans spent the eight years of Obama Administration railing against fiscal irresponsibility. Now that they have power, they’re the ones being fiscally irresponsible.
With only a handful of opposition, Paul Ryan was easily elected the 62nd Speaker of the House.
It’s hard for a party to win four straight presidential elections. The Democrats may pull it off.
Jerry Brown’s second go-round as governor has been very, very good to the Golden State.
There seems to be an effort underway to reassess the legacy of our 43rd President.
Judging by the record of the past decade and a half, movement conservatism has accomplished very little.
Florida’s new education policy essentially assumes that minority students cannot do as well as their peers. That’s a mistake.
Last night’s debate may have been the last one. It was also the least informative.
After having so much influence in 2010, the Tea Party is finding itself adrift in the search for a Republican nominee in 2012.
Rick Santorum’s views on the role of government are somewhat disturbing.
The Republican candidates for President have apparently forgotten that this guy was their party’s nominee twice.
Whenever I despair at the current state of the Republican Party, I remind myself that things aren’t much better across the aisle.
A new study suggests college students aren’t learning the critical thinking skills they’re supposed to learn, but that isn’t necessary the fault of the university they’re attending.
Instead of decades-old retreads like talking about abolishing the Department of Education, it would be nice if we had a real debate about the fiscal circumstances in the country.
Sarah Palin and the Tea Party aren’t as clueless as their detractors think.