Congress has a curious way of doing financial business: It agrees to spend money and then periodically threatens not to pay the resulting bills.
A new report by Charles Blahous and Robert Reischauer, who up unti
The federal government’s financial problems are so large that all parts of the budget -- from entitlements to defense spending to tax breaks -- should be considered “on the table” for fis
After a recent “Budgets & Beers” presentation concerning federal budget problems -- notably a massive and growing debt -- I was asked: “What hope do we have for the future?”
President Trump’s nominee for chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), Kevin Hassett, appeared before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee for his confirmati