Dan Mitchell: The new CBO report is
A new report from the Congressional Budget
The CBO has once again been forced
The Congressional Budget Office released two startling
The U.S. Treasury Department reported a budget
Democratic House members gathered at their annual
A new CBO ObamaCare report is projecting
So much for balance. In a classic argument for starving the beast in Washington, the United States ran another budget deficit in July, although government revenues increased from a year earlier due to tax hikes and tepid economic growth, a report from the Treasury showed on Monday.
Well, that didn’t take long. The recent conservative arguments have really been effective to turn the tide in the Senate Gang of Eight immigration reform bill. The CBO projections, which found that illegal immigration will not be addressed, no doubt had given the conservative opposition the ammo that would have an impact on public opinion.
The bipartisan immigration reform bill currently under consideration in the Senate would supposedly shrink the deficit by $197 billion over the next decade and $700 billion during the 10 years that followed, the “non-partisan” Congressional Budget Office estimated in a report released Tuesday.