The U.S. government’s total public debt outstanding has nearly reached $22.6 trillion with two weeks left to go in the government’s 2019 fiscal year.
In truth, the surprise trillion-dollar deficit for the first 11 months of fiscal 2019 really isn’t much of a surprise.
A recent Washington Post article on the latest scandal at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs sheds light on how health care would work under a government-run single-payer system.
The Treasury Department has recently revised and updated its estimates of who the U.S. government has borrowed from for its 2018 fiscal year.
What would it take to balance the U.S. government’s budget over the next 10 years?
Californians may not be as environmentally destructive as state politicians believe.
The sale of U.S. Treasuries in a relatively short period of time appears set to cause problems in global credit markets.
The government’s budget deficit through the first 10 months of its 2019 fiscal year now exceeds the full year deficit of $777 billion recorded in 2018.
California’s housing shortage is a political choice, just as are many of its other problems.
Historically in much of the world, the yoke of regulatory burden has contributed to the impoverishment of billions.