US national debt has its good side: Money | Alaska news at adn.com
Aug 16, 2009 . Alaskans should care about the national debt and the deficits that keep it growing because if it is mismanaged, Alaska may catch a cold from .
National Debt For Beginners : NPR
Feb 4, 2009 . It is accepted among virtually all economists that some government debt, sometimes, is a good thing. In a recession, tax revenues fall, and you .
Don't believe the hype about U.S. debt - USATODAY.com
May 24, 2011 . In fact, the private sector teaches us why increasing government debt right now is a good idea. Photodisc. EnlargeClose. Photodisc. The United .
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National Debt In Perspective
Economists generally believe the best level for our National Debt (ND) is zero - that is, no debt at all. They also believe we must balance the budget each and .
National Debt: Good News & Bad News « Inform The Pundits!
Jan 12, 2012 . What he meant by that is that there's a widening wealth gap between rich and poor in this country and he is worried about the growing effect it is .
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HowStuffWorks "Public Debt and the Economy"
Public debt, or national debt, is the difference between government income through taxes and spending. Learn more about how the . Good Debt vs. Bad Debt .
From Here to There - The Great National Debt Scam
Scam of the Century - the Canadian National "Debt". I know the economics of a national government, and the national debt, seem like vastly complicated things .
Why Our Current National Debt is not the Largest in History - Forbes
Feb 26, 2012 . The US may not default on its debt, but interest rates are a great arbiter of how much demand there is for US Government paper. Now .
Opinion: Finally, Some Good News on the National Debt
Nov 11, 2010 . It's not every day that the country receives some encouraging news on the deficit and debt front. But Wednesday just so happened to be one of .
Perpetual Debt Machine: U.S. National Debt Is 5000 Times Larger ...
Feb 21, 2012 . Have you noticed that very few people in the mainstream media ever directly criticize the Federal Reserve? But why should that be the case?
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