America will face "serious economic, security, and social challenges" if the national debt keeps growing at this rate.
A new record, but one that won't stand for long.
From OMB head Mick Mulvaney to former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, nobody cares about spending money we don't have on things we don't need. Big mistake.
Or the $22 trillion (and counting) national debt. Or the entitlement programs that will continue adding to them.
Proponents of jacking top marginal income tax rates such as AOC ignore how hard it is to actually boost revenue over the long haul.
You can't have it both ways.
Growth alone won't get us out of this mess.
At this rate we'll get there before the end of the century.
Brian Riedl has a plan to stabilize the national debt at 95 percent of GDP. He says trying it might be political suicide, but the alternative is much worse.
Congress Just Passed a $150 Billion Spending Package Without Any Consideration for Looming Trillion-Dollar Deficit
Just days after the latest CBO projections showed the deficit getting worse, Congress signs off on another bi-partisan spending increase.
New CBO analysis shows debt could exceed 200 percent (!!!) of GDP by mid-century without changes.
Entitlement spending, health care costs, and the GOP tax legislation will drive up the debt.
Medicare will run dry even sooner. Do you trust anyone in Washington to solve this problem?
Thursday's vote is an empty gesture. Worse, it's a hypocritical one.
The president wants his border wall funding.
Four out of five voters agree that Washington has a spending problem, but a new omnibus spending bill will add yet more to the national debt.
If a Republican president can't address a Republican-controlled Congress without paying lip service to the idea of cutting spending, what good are Republicans?
Too much debt slows economic growth and reduces living standards.
Say goodbye to 2016. But don't let your guard down.
Says real national debt is north of $200 trillion and screwing younger Americans from now til Doomsday.
GOP presumptive nominee discusses renegotiating federal debt, like struggling economies do.
Jared Meyer on "Disinherited: How Washington Is Betraying America's Young"
Outsider could wage a Ross Perot-style crusade against the national debt, if only his tongue would get out of the way
If the "consent of the governed" is a sacred American principle, how does the government borrow money in our names and compel us to repay the debt?