Tea partiers vent viewsGrand Junction SentinelBy Uff_duh - Thursday, April 1, 2010 Where was the Tea Party when George Bush was adding $5 trillion to the National Debt, suspended Habeus Corpus, ...and more »
Congressman derides health care bill, calls for a new American RevolutionEnid News & EagleThat includes a possible repeal of the health care bill, a free market for health care and lowering the national debt. Ryan added although things are ...and more&...
Obama's keeps priorities in the right orderIthaca JournalThis is emphatically not to ignore the consequent additional increase in our national debt ? even if it were adjusted downward, as it would be in private ...and more »
Primary decisionMyrtle Beach Sun NewsWith the national debt on a perilous path upward, voters are rightly concerned about wasteful federal spending, and the Republicans in particular are ...and more »
Fort Frye class sets an example for all citizensMarietta TimesPutting saved money toward the national debt and investing in education now to save money later. The students sent their suggestions to the White House, ...
Historic health reform can't hide Congress's black eyeWashington PostBut the country was not in a deep recession then, and the sensitivity to borrowing and the national debt was not what it is now. ...and more »
Enzi Analysis - What the New Health Care Law Means for WyomingAmerican ChronicleThe amount owed by every person in Wyoming as a share of the national debt will increase as the true costs of the bill become evident.
Broder: Country has had it with partisan politicsSalt Lake TribuneBut the country was not in a deep recession at that point and the sensitivity to borrowing and the national debt was not what it is now. ...and more »
What the health-care bill means for Georgians -- a costly endeavorAugusta ChronicleEach Georgian's share of the national debt will increase when the cost of paying doctors to serve Medicare patients is included. - The government will spend ...and m...
End the Denial; Label China a Currency ManipulatorFiredoglake (blog)... would create between 1.5 million and 3 million US jobs, without Congress passing a new stimulus bill, without adding a dollar to the national debt. ...and more »