The last column in this space (“Where are the adults in D.C.?” Feb.
Concord in the News
Perhaps the most important issue in America today about which we expect to hear little to nothing during campaigns for U.S. House, U.S. Senate and president this year is federal debt.
Budget watchers and deficit hawks on Monday excoriated President Trump's fiscal 2021 budget proposal for relying on what they called overly opt
An Essay and Reader Quiz by Robert Bixby, Executive Director of the Concord Coalition
When the winner of the 2020 presidential election takes the Oath of Office on Jan.
It is common for campaigns to put out rosy or optimistic budget estimates for their proposals, just as the White House routinely does when projecting how its budget blueprints will affect the econo
The Concord Coalition mourns the death of Janet Ryan of Fresno California, a dedicated advocate of fiscal and generational responsibility. Ms.
At the time, military spending, including spending on homeland security, accounted for 54% of discretionary spending — that is, not-mandatory spending.