The nonpartisan Concord Coalition, a nationwide fiscal policy organization, issued a statement last month about the alarming deficit increase.
Having entered the White House in the midst of the Great Recession, then President Obama spent much of his time in office trying to deal with the weakened economy.
America’s deteriorating public credit is the cold-button issue of the 2018 midterms. With rare bipartisanship, Democrats and Republicans compete to pretend that the country isn’t going broke. . .
“Most people recognize the fact that we have a major challenge in America today,” says Shai Akabas of the
How do high and rising federal deficits hurt ordinary Americans?
For all the talk of excessive spending in Washington, no major program saw a double-digit percentage increase in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30.
Concord’s National Field Director, Phil Smith, will speak to the Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association. He will deliver Concord’s federal budget Chart Talk presentation. The event will take place at The Georgian Club in Atlanta.
For more information, contact Phil at 404-354-7445 or at [email protected].
Attendance is open to members and guests of the association.
With the federal deficit projected to exceed $1 trillion in Fiscal 2020, many economists worry that Washington’s heavy borrowing to cut taxes and increase spending could make it more diff
Chart Talk Presentation to Local Rotary Club
Concord's New Hampshire State Director, Tyler Sweeney, conducts a Chart Talk presentation to Dover Rotary Club Members.