Health Care Primer
The United States health care system is larger than the gross domestic product of all but five other nations.
With the release of the Senate health care proposal and its analysis by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), it’s clear that the House and Senate are taking the same approach on health care polic
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is responsible for providing Congress and the American public with objective, detailed and non-parti
Over the last few years, Kansas Republicans learned a seemingly obvious economic lesson: Tax cuts don’t pay for themselves. Not even close.
While the budget resolution that congressional Republicans approved last week was designed to speed repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), budget analysts and some lawmakers in both par
Any day now the total debt of the United States government will top $20 trillion.
That eye-catching number should prompt all of us to reflect on what the growing debt means for future generations (a lot) and whether our elected officials have a plan to deal with it (they don’t).
The most important thing to recognize about the $20 trillion debt is that its size in dollar terms is not as important as the fact that it is on an unsustainable track.