We've got about two months until the U.S. federal debt ceiling deadline arrives.
If Congress holds true to form, it will be Aug. 1 (and probably around 11:55 p.m.) before lawmakers reach an agreement that will allow the United States to keep paying its bills.
In the meantime, we all get to speculate and pontificate on what's happening, or not happening, and what we believe will happen with the country's finances.
I recently got another platform on which to do just that on The Pulse Network's Finance program.
- Democrats support tax fraud and waste;
Republicans hate middle-class workers
- Deficit cutting proposals are not popular
- Enough additional tax money found
to delay U.S. default for a few more weeks\
- Debt panel suggests major tax changes
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