Seacoast and state voters have already expressed concern over a variety of matters . . . .
The federal government is on course to add trillions of dollars to its debt over the next decade even as many national priorities are neglected.
A large National Debt creates a drag on the economy and many times leads to lower wages and thus a lower standard of living.
Uncle Sam just got a fiscal health check-up from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and it didn’t go well.
The Congressional Budget Office, in its “Budget and Economic Outlook: 2018-2028,” says that our federal debt is projected to be on a steadily rising trajectory throughout the coming decade.
This is a guest post by Concord Coalition intern Rob Ryan
“I think our issue is in outer space at the moment,” said Robert L. Bixby, executive director of The Concord Coalition.
“I remember sitting, looking at the national debt clock projected on the smart board and realizing how much of an issue this is,” said Brittany Brown, a top ten finalist in the national “
“In only a few years we will be spending more servicing our past debt than we will investing in our future,” Marc Goldwein, senior vice president for the Committee for a Responsible Feder
Amid widespread concern about the rapidly rising national debt, The Peter G.