Budget Myths

posted 11/21/2012 in General

Economic Commentary Highlights... 

  • The United States' structural budget deficit looms behind the fiscal cliff. 
  • Waste, fraud, and abuse, domestic discretionary programs and foreign aid receive a great deal of attention in the media, but are not a significant source of the nation's long-term budget woes.
  • Eighty percent of federal outlays are growing at an unsustainable pace and will contribute the most to our medium- and long-term budget woes in the coming decade.

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