WASHINGTON -- Members of the influential Campaign to Fix The Debt struck a posture of post-partisan political neutrality this past week, as they swarm...
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One week after the downgrade of the United States bond rating, the markets have returned a verdict of sorts.
The U.S. House of Representatives today looks strikingly like a high school or college student government. And no offense to hardworking student leaders, but that's not meant to be a compliment.
Concord is an honest advocacy group and entitled to advocacy towards its ends. But our elected officials should not dress it up in government clothes and present it to constituents as a town hall forum.
At the end of the year the Washington Post published as "news" a story that pushed the idea of "a special commission to make the tough decisions that will be required to dig the nation out of debt."
Republicans have magically rediscovered their concern for fiscal discipline that lay dormant when they were the party that controlled the White House and Capitol Hill for six of the past eight years.
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