Too Many (Government) Dollars Are Chasing Too Few Goods.
By 2020, interest on the debt will cost more than Medicaid. By 2025, it will cost more than defense spending. And that's just the start.
Sorry libs, its not government austerity but government that's the problem
Progressives can't imagine progress without government force
UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer Says Billions More in Cuts Will Be Needed After Next General Election
Many of the cuts would be made in the welfare budget
Opponents of the sequester say budget cuts are ruining America and that austerity kills. Reason offers a look at what the feds have been up to since the cuts kicked in.
Fan of austerity coming to a country where it's not that popular
European broadcasters adjust to budget reductions.
We could use some of the same
Looking for cheaper alternatives to "invest in" (read: spend on)
Costs, continental regulations blamed
High debt and poor growth
Say they never specifically advocated for austerity
Wants emphasis to be on stimulating the economy in the short term
Budget being released tomorrow
Not the most popular opinion
This is what they mean by "austerity"
Bloomberg's recently (and quite rightly) christened "Forbes 30 Under 30" superstar Josh Barro is inside my head. Or at least that's what the title of his recent post for The Ticker implies. But since he kindly didn't dig deeper in exploring the depths of our depraved "Hard-Money Advocate" Brains, let me clear up a few things.
Police charge demonstrators in Lisbon, injuring 50
Evidently he is not socialist enough for them
Support for Golden Dawn has doubled in a few months