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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 [...]

Richard Oliver: Obama has driven us far deeper into debt – Modesto Bee

Wed, Apr 22, 2015

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Richard Oliver: Obama has driven us far deeper into debt
Modesto Bee
Re “How is Obama destroying America” (Letters, March 23): I'd like to explain how President Obama is ruining this country. First, the overall national debt will more than double from approximately $10 trillion to approximately $21 trillion in his eight years.

The Corker Bill Isnt a Victory — Its… – National Review Online

Sun, Apr 19, 2015

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National Review Online

The Corker Bill Isnt a Victory — Its...
National Review Online
Back in 2011, the Senate's then-minority leader was flummoxed by the national debt. No, not by its enormous size. Afraid of being lambasted by the media for slowing the gravy train, he wanted to help Obama raise the debt by many additional trillions of ...

Commentary: A Little Honesty In The National Debt Debate – Times Record (blog)

Sat, Apr 18, 2015

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Commentary: A Little Honesty In The National Debt Debate
Times Record (blog)
On Tuesday, the Senate sent to President Barack Obama the long-awaited and much-discussed Medicare “doc fix.” Each of the past 17 years, Medicare payments to physicians have been scheduled to be cut ... According to the Congressional Budget Office, the legislation will add $141 billion to the national debt through 2025 — money that almost certainly would have been added anyway, just one year at a time. Arkansas Sens. John Boozman and Tom Cotton voted for the doc fix, which passed 92-8. Earlier, they ...

A little honesty in the national debt debate – Log Cabin Democrat

Sat, Apr 18, 2015

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A little honesty in the national debt debate
Log Cabin Democrat
A couple of things happened this past week that are worth noting because they concern senior citizens (today's and tomorrow's) and taxpayers (as usual, mostly tomorrow's). On Tuesday, the Senate sent to President Obama the long-awaited and ...

Spending Spree: Obama’s actions not helping to reduce debt – Martinsburg Journal

Fri, Apr 17, 2015

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Spending Spree: Obama's actions not helping to reduce debt
Martinsburg Journal
Spending Spree: Obama's actions not helping to reduce debt. April 20, 2015. Ogden Newspapers. Save |. Within a decade, the U.S. national debt, now $18.2 trillion, will soar to $27 trillion, the Congressional Budget Office predicts. Paying the interest alone on ...

White House Predicts Rising Deficits Over the Next Four Years – TheBlaze.com

Mon, Apr 13, 2015

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White House Predicts Rising Deficits Over the Next Four Years
TheBlaze.com
The trend of declining deficits is reversing, intruding on a critical talking point for President Barack Obama on fiscal responsibility even as the national debt has nearly doubled under his watch. The White House's top economic adviser on Monday predicted ...

Rand Paul: Debt doubled under Bush, tripled under Obama – PolitiFact

Thu, Apr 9, 2015

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Rand Paul: Debt doubled under Bush, tripled under Obama
PolitiFact
For example, the debt has increased so dramatically in Obama's term -- particularly in the first couple years -- largely due to the recession, which unfolded before Obama took office, said Neil Buchanan, an expert in law, economics and the national debt at ...

Fact-checking Rand Paul’s campaign rollout — an analysis – Lexington Herald Leader

Wed, Apr 8, 2015

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Fact-checking Rand Paul's campaign rollout -- an analysis
Lexington Herald Leader
President Obama is on course to add more debt than all of the previous presidents combined." Paul joins the long list of politicians in both parties who make misleading statements about the growth of the national debt. But we are not sure where he gets the ...

Fact checker: Paul’s announcement speech – Houston Chronicle

Wed, Apr 8, 2015

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Houston Chronicle

Fact checker: Paul's announcement speech
Houston Chronicle
President Obama is on course to add more debt than all of the previous presidents combined." Paul joins the long list of politicians in both parties who make misleading statements about the growth of the national debt. But we are not sure where he gets the ...

Fact checking Rand Paul’s announcement speech – Washington Post (blog)

Wed, Apr 8, 2015

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Fact checking Rand Paul's announcement speech
Washington Post (blog)
Paul joins the long list of politicians in both parties who make misleading statements about the growth of the national debt. But we are not sure where he gets the idea that Obama has tripled the national debt. (Note: some readers suggest he meant that it has ...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Apr 24, 2015: $18,151,939,363,157
In 6.3 yrs Increased: $7,525,062,314,244
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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