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Current National Debt – This Month

Current National Debt – This Month

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

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National Debt The Total National Debt is the Public Debt, plus the Intragovernmental Holdings. Intragovernmental Holdings are Government Account Series securities held by Government trust funds, revolving funds, and special funds; and Federal Financing Bank securities. A small amount of marketable securities are held by government accounts. Public Debt The Debt Held by the Public is all federal [...]

Current National Debt – 12 Months

Current National Debt – 12 Months

Friday, June 12, 2009

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National Debt The Total National Debt is the Public Debt, plus the Intragovernmental Holdings. Intragovernmental Holdings are Government Account Series securities held by Government trust funds, revolving funds, and special funds; and Federal Financing Bank securities. A small amount of marketable securities are held by government accounts. Public Debt The Debt Held by the Public is all federal [...]

Watch as Josh Earnest is forced to admit that Obama misled the public – Hot Air

Fri, Jan 30, 2015

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Watch as Josh Earnest is forced to admit that Obama misled the public
Hot Air
Josh Earnest about the president's claim and asked if Obama included the national debt in his list of positive metrics. Pockets of muted laughter from the press corps could be heard as Earnest responded. “What the president has noted is that when you ...

Editorial: Debt delinquency – Torrington Register Citizen

Fri, Jan 30, 2015

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Editorial: Debt delinquency
Torrington Register Citizen
Immediately thereafter, however, the deficit begins rising again and the national debt reaches roughly 78 percent of GDP in 2024. That would be a modern peacetime record and double the share of GDP of the debt Mr. Obama inherited. The main drivers of the ...

Other Views: The President’s Debt Delinquency – Twin Falls Times-News

Fri, Jan 30, 2015

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Other Views: The President's Debt Delinquency
Twin Falls Times-News
Immediately thereafter, however, the deficit begins rising again and the national debt reaches roughly 78 percent of GDP in 2024. That would be a modern peacetime record and double the share of GDP of the debt Mr. Obama inherited. The main drivers of the ...

Their View: Obama fails to address rising debt – Centre Daily Times

Fri, Jan 30, 2015

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Their View: Obama fails to address rising debt
Centre Daily Times
He then went on to outline new plans for tax and spending increases, framed as “middle-class economics,” with nary a word about how he would bring down the country's national debt over the long term. Whereas he entered the White House promising that ...

Obama Wants to Reverse Sequestration. What You Need to Know. – Daily Signal

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

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Daily Signal

Obama Wants to Reverse Sequestration. What You Need to Know.
Daily Signal
Obama's budget, expected on Monday, will reportedly propose to spend more than is allowed under the statutory, sequester-enforced Budget Control Act spending caps. If Congress followed the president's request–without reducing other spending starting in ...

Letter: Deficit trends – Lawrence Journal World

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

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Lawrence Journal World

Letter: Deficit trends
Lawrence Journal World
In support of his opinion that President Obama did not tell the “whole story” at Kansas University or in the State of the Union address, the author of the Saturday Column blithely refers to “discouraging numbers, such as the massive and growing national debt.

Don’t worry about the rising national debt. Seriously, just don’t. – The Week Magazine

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

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The Week Magazine

Don't worry about the rising national debt. Seriously, just don't.
The Week Magazine
But Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus took the crown for silly self-righteous fulmination, accusing everyone from President Obama to the country as a whole of irresponsibly ignoring the "lingering, and potentially dangerous, hangover" of debt — the total ...

Letter: Deficit trends – Lawrence Journal World

Thu, Jan 29, 2015

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Letter: Deficit trends
Lawrence Journal World
In support of his opinion that President Obama did not tell the “whole story” at Kansas University or in the State of the Union address, the author of the Saturday Column blithely refers to “discouraging numbers, such as the massive and growing national debt.

Karl Rove: GOP Should Fight Hillary on Foreign Policy, Jobs, Govt Debt – Newsmax.com

Wed, Jan 28, 2015

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Karl Rove: GOP Should Fight Hillary on Foreign Policy, Jobs, Govt Debt
Newsmax.com
Finally, Rove said, Obama will have added an enormous amount to the national debt by the time Hillary Clinton runs. "Forty percent of the national debt of the United States will have been raised on his time in office," Rove said. Host Bill O'Reilly expressed ...

Mr. Obama’s economic optimism ignores the ongoing battle with federal debt – Washington Post

Wed, Jan 28, 2015

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Mr. Obama's economic optimism ignores the ongoing battle with federal debt
Washington Post
He then went on to outline new plans for tax and spending increases, framed as “middle-class economics,” with nary a word about how he would bring down the country's national debt over the long term. Whereas he entered the White House promising that ...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Jan 29, 2015: $18,085,063,837,782
In 6.0 yrs Increased: $7,458,186,788,869
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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