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The Democratic Party: How It Can Save Itself
Between 1968, when Lyndon Johnson left the White House, and the end of the century, the nation elected only two Democratic presidents. Both were Southern populists who had been careful to...
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House introduces bill that would raise fuel tax 1...
Presented as a highway funding solution, Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) introduced into the House today a bill that if enacted would institute a 15-cent increase per gallon in fuel...
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Bowles, Simpson discuss budget
Erskine Bowles speaks while Sen. Alan Simpson listens during Tuesday’s Tate Lecture. (ANNA CLARKSON / The Daily Campus) Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson sat down together to unravel the nation’s...
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The Daily Campus
U.S. Small Business Administration
Buzz - Your Voice, Your Future 2012 :: Channel 6
... of our Military 11/18/13IN Need of Private Sector experience 11/15/13Bullying 11/06/13America is trapped 10/11/13Serious Budget reduction 10/07/13Affordable Care...
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Kenneth Rogoff: The problem with wealth taxes
Should advanced countries implement wealth taxes as a means of stabilising and reducing public debt over the medium term? The normally conservative International Monetary Fund has given the idea...
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International Monetary Fund
Jackie Calmes’ “Dirty Secret” About the Opponents...
Yves here. As you will see shortly, I’m not much of a fan of Jackie Calmes. By Bill Black, the author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One and an associate professor of economics and law at...
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A dirty little secret lurks in the struggle over ...
WASHINGTON » The long-sought bipartisan "grand bargain" on the nation's fiscal future is not going to happen this year, and probably not for the rest of President Barack Obama's term. There is the...
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GUEST COMMENTARY: National debt is monster in the...
Since 1996, the nation’s debt has more than tripled. It has doubled in just the eight years since 2005. It’s a bipartisan monster, growing during both Democratic and Republican administrations. During...
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George W. Bush
Time for Democrats to hand over health plan
Let there be no doubt that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 will be the political football of the 2014, 2016 and maybe even 2020 elections. President Barack Obama made this a...
Read more at The Idaho Statesman
Political will needed to fix Social Security
It's not so hard to figure out how to fix Social Security. Plenty of analysts have arrived at ways to keep the nation's most successful government program from running short on money in 20 years. Many...
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Dim Odds of Me...
A television ad that aired briefly in August 2012 stands as a warning today for lawmakers who want to cut Social Security and Medicare. A man in a dark suit acting as Wisconsin Representative Paul...
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Congressional Budget Office
Feds push for end to sequester
Federal unions and professional groups are urging a House-Senate budget committee both to head off another round of sequester-related budget cuts early next year and avoid raising worker pension...
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American Federation of Government Employees
Let�s make Social Security solvent and sustainable
It�s not so hard to figure out how to fix Social Security. Plenty of analysts have arrived at ways to keep the nation�s most successful government program from running short on money in 20 years. Many...
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