On Facing the Future, Concord Coalition Executive Director
“Unlike in past years, there really is no discussion of the budget at all.
Presidential candidates talk about what more they will do if they get more money — extracted from somebody else, of course.
Last week, the U.S. Treasury said the deficit for fiscal 2019 was $984 billion, a 26 percent increase from the year before. It's the widest gap between revenue and spending in seven years.
The Trump administration is set to resume annual budget deficits exceeding $1 trillion. The national debt (the cumulative tally of annual deficits) now exceeds $22 trillion.
That shift, evidenced by presidential candidates’ plans and a bill backed by nearly 90% of House Democrats, departs from years of conversations about an elusive bipartisan compromise where Democrat
On August 22, 2019, The Concord Coalition partnered with 20/20 Vision to host “The Economy, the Budget and You,” a forum where candidates in t
The Concord Coalition and 20/20 Vision invited former Congressman John Delaney (D-Md.) and Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) on Thursday to a discussion on economic issues at the New Hampshire Institut
Who are today's champions of fiscal conservatism?