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Letters to the Editor: Dispense settlement funds better – The News Journal

Saturday, January 31, 2015

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The News JournalLetters to the Editor: Dispense settlement funds betterThe News JournalAs the CBO notes, the magnitude of the national debt has doubled under President Obama. Baseline projections for 2025 place it at almost 79 percent of GDP due to inc...

Obama: ‘We can afford’ $74B spending increase; national debt at $18 trillion – Washington Times

Saturday, January 31, 2015

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Washington TimesObama: 'We can afford' $74B spending increase; national debt at $18 trillionWashington TimesPresident Barack Obama smiles while making a joke during his speech at the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) Dinner at ...

OTHER VIEWS: Obama optimism ignores debt battle – The Bakersfield Californian

Friday, January 30, 2015

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OTHER VIEWS: Obama optimism ignores debt battleThe Bakersfield CalifornianHe 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'...

Other voices: Debt delinquency – TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Other voices: Debt delinquencyTwinCities.com-Pioneer PressImmediately 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 ...

What red ink? As deficits dip, all sides seek more spending – The Seattle Times

Friday, January 30, 2015

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What red ink? As deficits dip, all sides seek more spendingThe Seattle Times"President Obama would like there to be more nondefense spending, and will try to use defense spending to drive a wedge in the Republican Party, and build support for bust...

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

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Watch as Josh Earnest is forced to admit that Obama misled the publicHot AirJosh 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...

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

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Watch as Josh Earnest is forced to admit that Obama misled the publicHot AirWhen the president took office, Obama inherited $10.6 trillion national debt. Today, it stands at $18.1 trillion. “Through 2018, the budget deficit will remain at around $500...

Editorial: Debt delinquency – Torrington Register Citizen

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Editorial: Debt delinquencyTorrington Register CitizenImmediately 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 ...

Editorial: Debt delinquency – Middletown Press

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Editorial: Debt delinquencyMiddletown PressImmediately 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...

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

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Other Views: The President's Debt DelinquencyTwin Falls Times-NewsPresident Obama sounded a triumphant note about the federal government's fiscal condition in his State of the Union address last week, boasting that the budget deficit has fallen...

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
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