Let's Get Specific

Spending Challenge: Heritage Foundation's $343 Billion Proposal

The Heritage Foundation recently came out with a detailed paper with over $300 billion in spending cuts that can be put in place in FY 2012. Their...

Health Care and Taxes

The Bottom Line presents the next installment in our series highlighting our Ten Questions to Ask the Candidates leading up to Election Day.7....

Social Security and National Security

The Bottom Line continues its blog series highlighting our Ten Questions to Ask the Candidates ahead of the mid-term elections.5. Strengthening...

NTU, US PIRG and Heritage Get Specific

Yesterday was a big day for getting specific as the National Taxpayers Union and the United States Public Interest Research Group, as well as the...

Pay As You Go and the Tax Cuts

Continuing in our discussion of (what we believe to be the most important!) Ten Questions to Ask the Candidates leading up to this coming Tuesday's...
Oct 28, 2010 | Blog Paper Press Release

Establishing Goals and Demolishing Myths

Last week CRFB provided Ten Questions to Ask the Candidates on fiscal policy as a way to help voters gauge how serious a candidate truly is regarding...
Oct 14, 2010 | Blog Paper Press Release

Decision Time

The new fiscal year has begun without a budget blueprint or any spending guidance enacted; the fiscal year 2010 deficit has been pegged at around $1....
Oct 14, 2010 | Blog Paper Press Release | Taxes

Let's Get Specific: Tax Expenditures

Continuing with our Let’s Get Specific series, which lays out specific plans and policies to help reduce our national debt, today we have...
Oct 7, 2010 | Blog Paper Press Release | Taxes

Wyden Calls for Tax Reform Before Tax Cut Debate

The Hill reports that Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) urged fellow lawmakers this week at a tax policy conference to focus on fundamental tax reform instead...

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