In states around the country, leaders are establishing Fix the Debt chapters to work directly with citizens and their local representatives, businesses and organizations. Read highlights from each of the recent chapter launches — in Wisconsin, South Carolina, Tennessee, Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Hampshire, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, and Washington.
It's in nobody's best interest to stand down and let the world's largest economy fall off the fiscal cliff come January 1.
For some Friday fun, go back to school, and back in time, with this Schoolhouse Rock video on the national debt.
Halloween may be over, but the presidential contenders are still going door-to-door hoping for treats.
This morning the Fix the Debt Campaign hosted its first “Washington Debtfast,” an informal gathering of individuals and organizations from across the political spectrum who are stakeholders in the ongoing debate about the country’s fiscal future.
National Debt and You