Tag Archives: fiscal

Define “conservative”!

This is a subject I long ago should have posted about. It started to come up again as I posted comment to Wayne’s topic “Don’t Be Conservative”. The point I want to open for discussion here is just what is a conservative. Each person’s answer is rather subjective and based upon their experiences and observational perceptions. To… Read More »

Spending Cuts, Tax Increases or a Plan to Rescue America from Herself

Over the course of the past few months, since the beginning of the 112th Congress, much has been said on both sides of the aisle about the need for “fiscal discipline”, but very little has really been done to address the nation’s dire situation. The House did pass H.R. 1 shortly after being sworn into… Read More »

Federal Debt Report/ Feb. 2011

       America’s National Debt rose by another $63.7 billion dollars in the month of February, according to the Bureau of Public Debt*. That currently leaves us with a grand total of $14.195 trillions of debt as of March 1st, 2011. In a behind the scenes move to try to postpone having to raise the debt… Read More »