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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 [...]

Cut Spending, Reduce the Deficit, Balance the Budget – TexasGOPVote

Fri, Mar 27, 2015

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Cut Spending, Reduce the Deficit, Balance the Budget
TexasGOPVote
For the sixth year in a row, President Obama has handed Congress a tax-and-spend, big-government budget that never balances. It ignores our growing national debt and punishes hard-working taxpayers. House Republicans have proposed a budget that ...

Lack of Pentagon Money is Not Our Top National Security Problem – ConservativeHQ

Fri, Mar 27, 2015

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Lack of Pentagon Money is Not Our Top National Security Problem
ConservativeHQ
Back in 2010 then-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen identified our national debt as “the single biggest threat to our national security.” Like the other threats that have presented themselves during Barack Obama's tenure this one has ...

Federal budget adds up differently for Obama and Garrett (VIDEO) – NJ.com

Thu, Mar 26, 2015

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Federal budget adds up differently for Obama and Garrett (VIDEO)
NJ.com
a member of the House Budget Committee: an $18 trillion national debt and $2.1 trillion in new taxes in President Obama's proposed spending plan. The competing figures were offered during debates this week on Republican budget resolutions debated at ...

Fixing the Doc Fix for Good – National Review Online

Thu, Mar 26, 2015

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Fixing the Doc Fix for Good
National Review Online
President Obama's debt is hurting our prosperity today and imperiling the American Dream for our children and grandchildren. On his watch, America's national debt has increased by $7.5 trillion, to more than $18.1 trillion. Virtually everyone agrees: This ...

GOP-controlled House nears vote on budget to erase deficits – Corpus Christi Caller-Times

Wed, Mar 25, 2015

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GOP-controlled House nears vote on budget to erase deficits
Corpus Christi Caller-Times
... unveiled a $3.7 trillion budget plan for next year that mirrors President Barack Obama's call for $1.8 trillion in tax increases on wealthier people and corporations over the coming decade but would add almost $6 trillion to the national debt over that time.

Finally, a Budget That Balances – National Review Online

Wed, Mar 25, 2015

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National Review Online

Finally, a Budget That Balances
National Review Online
In the past six years of his administration, President Obama has added a staggering $7 trillion to the national debt. That's $56,000 in new debt per American household. By the end of his presidency, President Obama will have added nearly as much debt as ...

House Democrats unveil budget matching Obama’s tax increases – The Star Democrat

Tue, Mar 24, 2015

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House Democrats unveil budget matching Obama's tax increases
The Star Democrat
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats Monday unveiled a $3.7 trillion budget plan for next year that mirrors President Barack Obama's call for $1.8 trillion in tax increases on wealthier people and corporations over the coming decade. But it would add almost $6 trillion to the national debt over that time. The plan by Maryland ... The national debt would grow from $19 trillion to more than $25 trillion over 10 years. The Democratic plan has no chance of being adopted during House debate this week but draws a ...

College Students Are Informed About Their Lifetime Share In The National Debt … – The Inquisitr

Tue, Mar 24, 2015

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College Students Are Informed About Their Lifetime Share In The National Debt ...
The Inquisitr
Fortunately, Caleb Bonham was able to provide information on how the United States suddenly ended up with so much debt with over 70 percent of it coming from Barack Obama. As a matter of fact, it is said that Obama has spent more under his presidency ...

Republicans’ budgets a pipe dream at best – The News-Press

Tue, Mar 24, 2015

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Republicans' budgets a pipe dream at best
The News-Press
There's one good thing to say about the budget proposals Senate and House Republicans unveiled last week: They both aim to balance the budget and begin reducing the national debt, something President Obama's plan doesn't even pretend to do.

GOP budgets substitute illusion for substance: Our view – USA TODAY

Tue, Mar 24, 2015

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USA TODAY

GOP budgets substitute illusion for substance: Our view
USA TODAY
There's one good thing to say about the budget proposals Senate and House Republicans unveiled last week: They both aim to balance the budget and begin reducing the national debt, something President Obama's plan doesn't even pretend to do.

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Mar 26, 2015: $18,152,367,511,358
In 6.2 yrs Increased: $7,525,490,462,445
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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