Q: What is the outlook for reducing the deficit in the new Congress?
A recent panel discussion in Washington underscored the fiscal and economic challenges facing the country but also pointed towards possible solutions and ways to protect the country now a
During the latest edition of Facing the Future Steve Duprey, a longtime friend of the late Senator John McCain, discu
A last-minute Republican plan to extend certain tax breaks and create some new ones appears to face dim prospects this month.
Concord Coalition's National Political Director will be presenting The Concord Coalition's Chart Talk to the northside Atlanta Kiwanis Club.
It didn’t take long for reality to sour the victory celebrations of Wisconsin’s winning congressional candidates.
Seacoastonline.com published a recent blog post by Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert L.
Politicians do not want to address the nation’s debt issues because that would require both tax increases and reductions in spending on entitlement programs, said David Cote, former CEO o
Congressional candidates have said little, if anything, about the federal government’s deteriorating finances.
From the budget deals in the 1990s to the “sequester” spending caps passed in 2011, divided government has been relatively good for Washington’s bottom line.