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Default Deniers

Debt-Default Crisis 2015: Raise, and Then Raze, the Debt Ceiling (Part 1)

Victor Williams | Posted 05.17.2015 | Politics
Victor Williams

At the stroke of midnight, March 16, 2015, the debt ceiling was again breached. The Treasury Department has begun "extraordinary measures" to forestall the certain default. Jack Lew must rob Peter to pay Paul.

Lawsuit Filed to Void Debt Ceiling: Is Jack Lew a "Default Denier"?

Victor Williams | Posted 07.26.2014 | Politics
Victor Williams

Over Memorial Day Weekend, America honors those who sacrificed to defend our nation and its honor. I paid tribute by revealing my lawsuit to void the...

Jason Linkins

GOP Rep Says The 'Period Of Crisis' Provided By Default Might Inspire Lawmakers To Actually Do Their Jobs

HuffingtonPost.com | Jason Linkins | Posted 07.19.2011 | Politics

It seems to be the consensus among sane individuals that if the United States defaults on its debt, the result would be somewhere between calamitous and apocalyptic. It's the sort of thing that I would recommend avoiding at all costs, but Representative Devin Nunes from California apparently doesn't feel that way. In fact, it seems as if he believes that the "period of crisis" catastrophe provides is just the prescription our log-jammed legislative process needs to start functioning again.