Sometimes, when people pass from the scene, it seems as if “constants” in our lives have gone away, leaving huge voids.
The United States has earned a dubious distinction, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF): It is the o
Guests on “Facing the Future” last week lamented new projections of trillion-dollar federal deficits beginning in Fiscal 2020 and discussed how recent tax and spending decisions had contr
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To remain competitive and successful in the global economy, the country needs smart workforce investment and immigration reform, said former U.S.
“There are countless things we can do to eat our spinach,” said Concord Coalition National Field Director Phil Smith about fixing the nation’s fiscal problems.
We can only imagine what Kearney native Pete Peterson would have been saying to his policy associates a few weeks ago after the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed to an all-time high of 26,616 po
The budget agreement reached by Congress and signed on Friday by the president is what we feared.
WASHINGTON -- President Trump today signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill to fund government programs for the remaining six months of Fiscal 2018.