The seventh program of “Facing the Future” covered a variety of topics, including the budget process, the 2020 presidential el
Three former congressmen and a retired U.S.
Former Ambassador and Three Former Congressmen Discuss Fiscal Challenges Facing Newly Elected LeadersDecember 13, 2016
Three former congressmen and a retired U.S. ambassador warned of the difficult fiscal policy challenges facing the incoming Trump administration and congressional leaders at a forum last week in Concord, N.H.
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition salutes all of those who put themselves forward in Tuesday’s elections to lead our nation. We congratulate the winners.
Now that the people have spoken, the task ahead is to govern.
That will not be easy given the deep divisions created during a long campaign, but it will be the true test of leadership.
Voters are going to the polls today without sufficient information from the presidential candidates about how they would deal with the nation’s growing debt and unsustainable fiscal path.
The third and final presidential debate last week failed to provide voters with credible and specific proposals for putting the federal debt on a sustainable path.
Third Presidential Debate Failed to Provide Public with Credible Plans for Dealing with the National DebtOctober 19, 2016
WASHINGTON -- The Concord Coalition expressed disappointment Wednesday night that neither of the candidates in the final presidential debate provided voters with credible and specific proposals for putting the federal debt on a sustainable path.
Three congressional candidates in New Hampshire expressed concerns about the federal budget and discussed possible solutions in live-audience television interviews at a “Fiscal Fridays Fe
In advance of tomorrow’s presidential debate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), dozens of students there participated in an interactive federal budget exercise presented last
In tomorrow night’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump should have a good opportunity to address some of the critical fiscal choices that await the next president and C