Ben Bernanke takes to the Op-Ed pages to explain why the Federal Reserve is giving the economy a $600 billion boost; we offer an objective yardstick for judging the wisdom of the many budget proposals we’ll all be seeing as the 111th Congress does a noisy fadeout and the 112th Congress takes control; thoughts from [...]FiscalFutureDaily, Site Administrator
Famously, Election Day is “the only poll that matters,” and that poll came up big for the Republicans last night. But while fiscal responsibility was a big issue in the campaign, there’s a long history of balking when it comes to actually make the choices that need to be made on taxes and spending. Yesterday’s [...]FiscalFutureDaily, Site Administrator
No one in the media is really focused on the budget today, because they’re all focused on who’s going to be in charge of the budget tomorrow, after the election returns are in. And that’s okay. Most of what can be said has already been said (check out previous editions of Fiscal Future Daily if [...]
The newest budget news is that Obama administration is looking at a fallback plan for the Bush tax cuts – set to expire at the end of the year, and the biggest fiscal decision that’s going to be made before a new Congress is sworn in. There’s some hint of compromise here, and overall we [...]FiscalFutureDaily, Site Administrator
The fundamental question about the federal budget isn’t how to make the numbers add up; it’s how to make the numbers add up and still represent what the public thinks is important. The federal budget is how we set priorities for the government, and those priorities belong to the public. So the most interesting budget [...]FiscalFutureDaily, Site Administrator
Welcome to Fiscal Future Daily, the new update from the Choosing Our Fiscal Future initiative. Our nation’s budget is on an unsustainable path, and we’re heading into a critical period in deciding what to do about it: a new Congress will be elected next week, a presidential deficit commission is set to report soon, and [...]FiscalFutureDaily, Site Administrator
The midterm election hasn’t even happened yet, and already there’s coverage of what the results might mean for the federal budget and national debt. Our crystal ball isn’t any better than anybody else’s, but the fundamental challenge is going to remain the same after the election as it is now. There are lots of practical [...]
Подробная информация у нас на сайте - термокружка купить - самая свежая информация на сайте..