A A
RSS

Archive | September, 2011

New chair of the Joint Chiefs is sworn in – Boston Globe

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on New chair of the Joint Chiefs is sworn in – Boston Globe

Boston GlobeNew chair of the Joint Chiefs is sworn inBoston GlobeBefore taking over as chairman, Dempsey made clear that he differs with his predecessor on one of the most important issues of the day: the threat posed to national security by a growing ...

Who should be the first living person honored on a stamp? – Crain’s New York Business (blog)

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Who should be the first living person honored on a stamp? – Crain’s New York Business (blog)

Who should be the first living person honored on a stamp?Crain's New York Business (blog)He promised to end the “failed economic policies of the Bush Administration” with $400 million deficits, and then expanded the deficit to $1.4 trillion while a...

Capital Chatter: Kline says debt panel needs to succeed – Worthington Daily Globe

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Capital Chatter: Kline says debt panel needs to succeed – Worthington Daily Globe

Capital Chatter: Kline says debt panel needs to succeedWorthington Daily GlobeJohn Kline says a committee looking into how to deal with the national debt has no choice but to find a solution. ST. PAUL — US Rep. John Kline says a committee looking int...

Bittersoft Liberalism – The Weekly Standard

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Bittersoft Liberalism – The Weekly Standard

Bittersoft LiberalismThe Weekly StandardThe national debt is unsustainable, our government is broken, our elites are out of touch and self-interested, we're afflicted with crony capitalism and myriad welfare state pathologies—but the dominant con...

Chris Christie just can’t seem to shed his big problem – TheNewsTribune.com

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Chris Christie just can’t seem to shed his big problem – TheNewsTribune.com

Chris Christie just can't seem to shed his big problemTheNewsTribune.comIn other words, obesity is helping propel the rise in health care costs, which are fueling the long-term rise in the national debt. My intention is not to blame Christie for th...

Why an US attack is unlikely – The News International

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Why an US attack is unlikely – The News International

Why an US attack is unlikelyThe News InternationalTheir political strategy of downsizing the government and reduction of national debt has boxed the Republicans into opposing any significant military adventure. The Republican Party's obsession with...

Transportation’s long-term versus short-term dilemma – Land Line Magazine

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Transportation’s long-term versus short-term dilemma – Land Line Magazine

Transportation's long-term versus short-term dilemmaLand Line MagazinePresident Obama and others are out promoting his American Jobs Act proposal that includes $50 billion for transportation, but not everyone is convinced it's the best way to c...

BARONE: Mitch Daniels dares GOP hopefuls to be grown-ups – North County Times

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on BARONE: Mitch Daniels dares GOP hopefuls to be grown-ups – North County Times

BARONE: Mitch Daniels dares GOP hopefuls to be grown-upsNorth County TimesThe Obama Democrats have put us on the path to double the national debt as a percentage of gross domestic product, bringing it to levels that, as economists Kenneth Rogoff and Ca...

How North Dakota Became Saudi Arabia – Wall Street Journal

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on How North Dakota Became Saudi Arabia – Wall Street Journal

How North Dakota Became Saudi ArabiaWall Street JournalThat's more than the US national debt, I say. He smiles. This estimate sounds implausibly high, but Mr. Hamm has a lifelong habit of proving skeptics wrong. And even if he's wrong by half, ...

Yes, It’s Still “The Economy, Stupid,” But Presidential Leadership Is the … – Huffington Post (blog)

Friday, September 30, 2011

Comments Off on Yes, It’s Still “The Economy, Stupid,” But Presidential Leadership Is the … – Huffington Post (blog)

Yes, It's Still "The Economy, Stupid," But Presidential Leadership Is the ...Huffington Post (blog)In the absence of a dramatic improvement in the economy and reduction in the number of people who are unemployed, the "economy" a...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Oct 20, 2017: $20,432,034,265,112
In 8.7 yrs Increased: $9,805,157,216,199
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
Advertise Here
TheObamaDebt.com was created to track the National Debt on a daily basis from the inauguration and during the Obama administration - and provides a way to watch if the spending continues - increasing the debt - or if the promised "change" will occur without spending our great Nation into a deeper hole. At some point, one of our presidents must accept responsibility, be accountable, and be committed to change the direction of this graph. Will Obama be the one to make it happen - no matter what it takes?
Advertise Here

Categories

Archives