national debt

This Is More Dangerous Than Terrorism

There’s another threat that is every bit as dangerous – if not more dangerous – than importing jihad, and that’s the threat of economic meltdown caused by out-of-control congressional spending.

Sorry Friends, If You Are #NeverTrump Then You Are #4Hillary

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
I still think Ted Cruz is the best candidate conservatives had in the race, but he is unfortunately not the candidate who won a majority of the delegates – that distinction goes to Donald Trump – and it is to Trump that right-of-center voters will have to look if our country and constitutional liberty are to survive. Don't buy that argument? Then look in the mirror and read this list...

Feds will ring in 2016 buried in debt of $58,000 per person

Rudy Takala, Washington Examiner

Federal debt increased by nearly $700 billion this year, according to the Treasury Department, reaching a record of $18.8 trillion or $58,000 per person. Put in perspective, that represents an increase of more than $5,000 per U.S. household, bringing the household total to nearly $160,000. That falls just short of double the amount owed when President Obama took office in 2009, when each household shared a bit more than $90,000 of the debt.

Rand Paul: Left and Right Have Made Unholy Alliance to Explode the Debt

CNSNews.com Staff

Before the Senate voted on Friday for a budget deal that eliminates any legal limit on the federal government’s debt until March 16, 2017, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky gave a speech on the floor saying that the right and left in Congress came together in “an unholy alliance to explode the debt.”

Boehner-Obama Spending Deals Have Increased Debt $3,970,023,503,348.07

Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News

Ever since March 4, 2011, all federal spending has been authorized by laws that first passed a Republican-controlled House led by Boehner and then were signed by President Obama. At the close of business on March 4, 2011, the federal debt was $14,182,627,184,881.03, according to the Treasury. At the close of business on Oct. 22, 2015, it was 18,152,650,688,229.10.

If You Like Your Tax Day, Republicans Are Letting You Keep Your Tax Day

The cost of government isn't what it taxes, it is what it spends. While tax collections are at record highs, so is spending, the deficit and the national debt. And there's only one branch of government that controls spending -- and that's the United States Congress. While they talk a good game spending has soared under Republican control and shows no signs of abating under the present leadership. We urge you to check to see if your local Tea Party is hosting a Tax Day rally or sign waving and then join them in sending Congress a message: Stop the spending, End the deficit, Pay off the debt.

Winning the Election Means Zilch If We Don’t Win the Agenda

Strident Conservative, Red State

GOP leaders won’t work to overturn OCare. They won’t address huge fed. spending until 2015. They won’t use the power of the purse to stop O’s agenda. They won’t stop amnesty. They will do whatever it takes to “work with Obama” to get things done. 

Paul Ryan’s Own Actions Make Paul Ryan’s Budget A Joke

After Paul Ryan’s abandonment of the sequester caps does anyone seriously believe that Congress, when led by establishment Republican Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Paul Ryan is actually going to stick to plan to reduce spending ten years from now?

Congress Fakes Frugality While Uncle Sam Bankrupts America

Mulcting is a word you don't see very often. Read on to learn a new word that perfectly expresses what is going on in the Paul Ryan-John Boehner-Eric Cantor budget betrayal.

Dr. Carson's Rx for Shutdown Blues

Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Sr., The Washington Times

In order to cope with a $17 trillion debt, why is the gov't inflicting pain on us when it could have simply trimmed nonessential personnel and services from the budget with little or no inconvenience? 

$43,000: Your Share of US Debt

Amy Payne, Heritage Foundation Blog

Since Obama came into office, the debt limit has been raised 7 times. With those increases, Congress has added $43,000 in debt for every US household in just the last 4 years.