May 25, 2017

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1 Nov, 2005 - Special Publication
Peter G. Peterson: Good evening and welcome.  It is my pleasure to introduce our guest of honor tonight, President William J. Clinton.  It would not be incorrect to say that, of course, he needs no introduction, but I would want him to not object because I'm going to focus, Mr. President, on your... Read More
16 Sep, 2005 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With President Bush promising to respond to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina by launching “one of the largest reconstruction efforts the world has ever seen,” The Concord Coalition said today that at least a portion of the mounting costs should be offset by rescinding all $... Read More
31 Aug, 2005 - Issue Brief
http://www.concordcoalition.org/files/uploaded-pdfs/aNg7tL-050831-cbo-issue-brief.pdf
15 Aug, 2005 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With today's budget update by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) showing the deficit shrinking from $412 billion in 2004 to $331 billion this year, The Concord Coalition urged lawmakers, the public and the media to heed the warnings in the report's fine print. Under... Read More
1 Aug, 2005 - Facing Facts
http://www.concordcoalition.org/files/uploaded-pdfs/FFQuarterly-1-2.pdf
13 Jul, 2005 - Press Release
WASHINGTON -- With today's release of the Bush Administration's Mid-Session Review projecting a decline in the federal budget deficit, from $412 billion last year to $333 billion this year, The Concord Coalition warned lawmakers not to use this welcome news as an excuse to enact new tax cuts... Read More
6 Jul, 2005 - Special Publication
http://www.concordcoalition.org/files/uploaded-pdfs/SSBrief9--Tax-Cap_0.pdf
Issue #9 One of the most popular ideas for helping to solve Social Security's long-term financing problem is to make more of the earnings of higher income workers taxable. Under current law the Social Security tax will be levied on covered earnings up to $90,000 this year.[1] This amount,... Read More
6 Jul, 2005 - Issue Brief
http://www.concordcoalition.org/files/uploaded-pdfs/SSBrief9--Tax-Cap.pdf
 One of the most popular ideas for helping to solve Social Security's long-term financing problem is to make more of the earnings of higher income workers taxable.  Under current law the Social Security tax will be levied on covered earnings up to $90,000 this year.  This... Read More
1 Jul, 2005 - Special Publication
Relevant Numbers on Federal Debt $9,397,050,054,722.90 March 12, 2008  The National Debt: As of March 12, 2008, the total outstanding debt was $9.397 trillion, which is approximately 66% of U.S. Gross Domestic Product.  This amounts to a share of over $30,000 per citizen.   The... Read More
30 Jun, 2005 - Press Release
social security reform: Is There a Bipartisan Solution? Thursday, June 30, 2005 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. CSIS 1800 K Street, N.W. B-1 conference level 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.: Introductory Address David Walker Comptroller General, GAO 9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m... Read More