Crop Insurance Subsidies Prove Cutting Budget Is Easier Said Than Done

The New York Times By Jackie Calmes 11/26/15 WASHINGTON — In April, Republicans newly in control of Congress celebrated their agreement on a plan to save $5 trillion — that’s trillion, with a “T” — and balance the budget in … Continue reading

President’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2016 Budget: Taking a look

A family budget is one thing. Understanding our federal budget is something else. The President’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2016 Budget was released February 2, 2015.

However, with commitment and perseverance as well as internet resources one can gain in their understanding. Several resources are offered by the following. No doubt there are many others. Feel free to pass them along.

Fact sheet: Middle Class Economics: The President’s Fiscal Year 2016 Budget (White House Office of Management and Budget) Suggestion: Search “sequestration” in this article. You will find it used ten times.

Top Five Things You Need to Know About Obama’s FY2016 Budget Proposal (National Priorities Project) Tip: A link to the full report is at the bottom of this article.

Report: Analysis of the President’s FY 2016 Budget (The Committee for A Responsible Federal Budget) Snippet: “…the budget does far too little to reduce current debt levels nor slow the growth of entitlement spending over the long-run.”

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