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Sounds right, so it must be right. Are we too quick to accept ridiculous ideas because they sound good? Take “balanced budget,” for example. Balancing the Federal budget may be a good idea when times are good, but it is … Continue reading
…borrowing’s burden falls on future generations. This is a form of expropriation–taxation without representation of the unborn.–G. Will In a column in the Elmira Star Gazette on Jan. 4, 2018, George Will argues for a balanced budget amendment. Will’s … Continue reading
Tom Reed called the Greek debt crisis a “stern warning” to America, advocating for the Federal government to live within its means and move toward a balanced budget. The Greek people voted to reject austerity–a wise move. Cutting spending when … Continue reading
You balance your budget and live within your means. Washington should do the same.–Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Is Tom right to link a balanced budget to “living within your means? Certainly not. An individual might take on debt to buy … Continue reading
You balance your budget and live within your means. Washington should do the same. The House GOP budget balances in less than 10 years without raising or creating taxes.–Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) Furthermore, this budget relies on a host of smoke … Continue reading
“I care about our nation’s future. Each and every family has to work with a budget; our Congress should be no different. That is why I am calling for “No Budget No Pay” as an accountability reform measure for members … Continue reading