The fourth Republican primary debate is tonight. Will the candidates continue the substantive discussion on fiscal issues that began at the last debate?
Ahead of the fourth Republican debate on Tuesday night, some new resources highlight the candidates positions on key federal budget matters.
A funny thing happened at the most recent presidential primary debate: the candidates actually engaged in a substantive conversation about a number of critical topics. At the Boulder, Colorado debate, many candidates seriously discussed their ideas to fix Social Security, control healthcare costs, and reform our tax code.
We have seen significant progress as of late in our efforts to make the national debt a top issue in the presidential campaign.
Facing numerous deadlines, lawmakers look poised to avoid disaster, but still are avoiding long-term solutions to our fiscal challenges. While the budget deal passed by Congress has some treats, it has several costly tricks as well.