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NEWS FLASH! STOP THE PRESSES! In an UNPRECEDENTED development, bipartisan support has been found for increasing spending in Washington!
I don’t know about anyone else, but this new spirit of bipartisanship in a previously hopelessly divided and gridlocked Washington makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. 263 more words
Cruz and Lee are Easy Demonized: The Short-Term Consequences of the So-Called “Shutdown” are More Keenly Felt Than the Long-Term Consequences of Continued Government Profligacy… 912 more words
by Robert Carling
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Long-term prospects for Australia’s public finances are not receiving the attention they deserve. It is one thing for Commonwealth and state governments to balance their budgets in the short term, as they are attempting to do, but spending commitments are being made as though nothing beyond the four-year horizon of the forward estimates matters.