Lawmakers have unfortunately shown little interest in holding down the debt.
Economy & Budget
The United Arab Emirates and Qatar have violated the agreements established in Open Skies by providing over $40 billion in subsides to their three international carriers.
Congress should be focusing on establishing a federal oversight board to manage the Commonwealth’s grave fiscal situation.
Existing interstates were built and paid for with a dedicated federal gas tax, and they are maintained with money drivers still contribute when they fuel up.
For the protesters, opposition to free trade agreements is an article of faith in their version of the progressive cannon.
If Obama or Burr are truly interested in “streamlining government” or saving “staggering amounts of money” I would suggest they take a look at the most recent audits of the Pentagon.
The potential gains in U.S. exports from these trade deals could result in much needed economic growth.
As is often the case when things make no sense, ideology is involved.
The U.S. has carried the weight of a trade deficit every year for the past 41 years.
The absence of a long term federal funding plan for our nation’s roads, bridges and tunnels is having a big negative effect on states.