To say America appears headed for a destabilizing debt crisis is not the same as saying every cultural consequence will be negative. It could well lead to a mass religious revival.
Congressional salaries should be reduced every time a budget is passed with spending exceeding revenue, a firm cap on spending should be imposed, and entitlement reform should become an urgent priority.
If we ignore Congress, every autopilot spending program in existence, and trillions in Obama spending, then maybe we can blame debt solely on the GOP.
We calculated how much the taxpayers of Illinois, New Jersey, Kentucky, California, or Connecticut might benefit if some public school families were given school choice.
California Gov. Jerry Brown just signed a law that requires a 3 percent payroll deduction for retirement accounts, with the money going to the state for safekeeping.
Want debt-free college? Essentially everyone can get that without using the force of government to grease the palms of Hillary’s cronies.
There are many winners and losers in any potential restructuring of Puerto Rico, and it’s important to understand who’s advising whom and what their incentives are.
Call it logrolling, call it cronyism—the important point is that omnibus legislation such as the recently passed spending and tax bills is bad for America.
Sen. Rand Paul sees American security holistically instead of pretending we can protect ourselves simply by throwing money out the window.
We can’t whine about our representatives spending our kids into debt slavery when we’re buying more college than we can afford and depending on taxpayers to pay our medical expenses.
Federal deficits have temporarily declined, so some in Congress want to party on by spending even more decades of future tax revenues.
Governor Luis Fortuño joins Ben on Federalist Radio to discuss the debt crisis of Puerto Rico.
The world is preparing for war, but not in Europe, where Daft Punk’s beat goes on.
Greece has largely created its own economic crisis, and it’s time for a reckoning.
Economics reporters recently insisted a new study discourages reducing government debt. It does no such thing.
Chinese fiscal policy is fueling unstoppable debt accumulation and asset bubbles. If Americans sidestep their path, the twenty-first century can be ours.
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