The U.S. faces a certain economic cataclysm if Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th President of the United States.
In a CNBC interview, Trump suggested that buyers of US bonds would have to take a haircut if interest rates go up.
Here we go again with the Republicans yet again demanding a ransom in exchange for not defaulting on our debt.
Back in March, House Speaker John Boehner admitted, "We have no immediate debt crisis." These five charts show why he's right.
Simply put, there is no crisis to justify the additional spending cuts Republicans are now trying to extort. As it turns out, federal spending has hardly budged and deficits have plummeted since Barack Obama first took the oath of office in January 2009.
CBS' Bob Schieffer decided to add his name to the list of pundits who refuse to place the blame where it belongs, on Republicans, for this government shutdown.
MSNBC wants us to believe libertarian debt ceiling deniers should be considered part of a "brain trust."
With the United States now on the brink of a sovereign default, House Speaker John Boehner and his radical Republican extremists may succeed where Osama Bin Laden did not in destroying the U.S. economy.
Even the pundits on Fox are admitting that the Republicans don't have any idea what the hell they're doing following this latest round of hostage taking or how it's going to end.
House Speaker John Boehner thinks defaulting on the debt ceiling would be a "disaster."
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