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Fix the Debt
The Campaign to Fix the Debt is a nonpartisan movement for government spending and tax reform to address the rising national debt.
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Fix the Debt 21h
Interest on the national debt will consume more and more of the federal budget if we don't .
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Fix the Debt Jun 15
"The IMF director strongly encouraged the United States to take steps 'starting now' to reduce its fiscal deficit."
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Fix the Debt Jun 15
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That is why we need real, comprehensive
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Fix the Debt Jun 15
Interest rates are rising, which means the cost of the national debt is getting higher and will take up more of the federal budget.
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Fix the Debt Jun 15
Even after last year's tax bill, most costly tax breaks still remain, adding to the national debt
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Fix the Debt Jun 15
May budget deficit offsets April’s surplus - Wells Fargo
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Fix the Debt Jun 14
Federal budget deficit climbs 66% in May
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Fix the Debt Jun 14
Interest rates are going up and national debt is rising. That will make interest on the debt the fastest growing part of the federal budget.
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Fix the Debt Jun 14
Replying to @WSJ
The rising federal budget deficit is the inevitable consequence of poor federal budget policy. It won't get better unless policymakers take real action to
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Fix the Debt Jun 14
U.S. budget deficit widens on weak revenue growth via
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Fix the Debt Jun 14
The soaring U.S. deficit at a time interest rates are increasing may be setting the stage for a fiscal trouble, according to Jeffrey Gundlach via
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
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See what condition Medicare is in
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
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See more on Social Security's finances
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
How worried should you be about Medicare and Social Security lasting?
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
U.S. government posts $147 billion deficit in May
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
The Federal Reserve raised interest rates again today. Annual interest payments on the national debt could near $1 trillion in a decade. Another reason we need to .
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
In light of today's decision by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again and signal more increases, the fed government is projected to spend around $7 trillion, $55,000 per U.S. household, on interest payments on the national debt over the next decade
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
Fed Raises Interest Rates, Signals 2 More Hikes This Year . More reason to .
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
U.S. posts biggest monthly budget deficit in May since 2009 via
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Fix the Debt Jun 13
The Federal Reserve is expected to announce another interest rate increase today. Higher interest rates will mean larger interest payments on the national debt
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