In 2010, Robert Bixby, director of the Concord Coalition, and David Walker, the former U. S.
This op-ed was written by Chase Hagaman, the New England regional director for The Concord Coalition, and Alex Talcott, a member of Concord’s New Hamps
When 2017 began the nation had a new Congress, a new president and an old problem: debt on an unsustainable path.
Last week brought some good news for the economy and challenging news for the federal budget.
It is deeply disappointing that in his first State of the Union Address President Trump failed to mention the state of the nation’s finances.
This program discusses start of the 115th Congress in the Senate and a look at the debt, including an interview with The Concord Coalition's Executive Director Bob Bixby.
Does it make any difference whether it's Republicans voting for a tax cut or Democrats voting to expand spending if the subsequent debt poses "the most significant threat to our national
At a public forum last week in New Hampshire, former U.S.
It seemed like a quaint exercise, like a quilting bee or a Parcheesi tournament. More than 60 people gathered at Drake University, pens in hand, trying to work out how they would cut the national d