Tag Archives: Deficit Reduction

Brookings: Michael E. O’Hanlon & Kay B. Hutchinson- Saving Defense Dollars: From Base Realignment to Overhead Realignment & Closure

<a href="http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2013/10/14-defense-budget-ohanlon-hutchison?utm_campaign=brookings- Real deficit and debt reduction just doesn’t go after fifteen percent of the federal_budget. That benefits people who are most in need of government help like low-income workers. And the unemployed especially the low-skilled unemployed and basically telling … Continue reading

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New Republic: Opinion: Michael Kinsley: Paul Krugman’s Misguided Moral Crusade Against Austerity

FRS FreeState on Facebook Paul Krugman’s Misguided Moral Crusade Against Austerity | New Republic. The whole so-called austerity debate is bogus to say the least because it’s not real. And I’ll give you can example of that if the Federal … Continue reading

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This Week in Washington: Congressional Democrats and Republicans Present Their Budget Plans: Why Neither Side is Serious About Balancing The Budget

      ABC News: Video: This Week: Martha Raddatz: What’s Balanced About a Budget That Doesn’t Balance One of the reasons why I don’t take a lot of Republicans seriously when it comes to deficit reduction or balancing the … Continue reading

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