House Democrats offer a "mess of pottage"

If last week’s activity was any sign of what the House of Representatives is likely to accomplish in DC, they might as well go back into recess for a while. Read More...

Initial reactions to the president's budget

One might think Americans would be alarmed by the deficits & debt projected in the president's latest budget, but most of the criticism has been about the proposed spending cuts. Read More...

Deficits and debt: who's in charge here?

SAFE seeks to enlist Sen. Rand Paul as an ally who could help to build support for our suggestion that balancing the budget should be the top issue in the 2020 presidential race. Read More...

Who's the biggest liar in the land?

Organizers of the impeachment inquiry seem "guilty" of the sins they are attributing to the president. He and his supporters aren’t faultless either. All concerned should "take five."

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Combatting the addiction to deficits and debt

Many people view fiscal responsibility as passé, but SAFE continues to support the quaint notion that government budgets should be habitually balanced. Read More...

Infrastructure plan generates more heat than light

The infrastructure deal was arguably derailed by unrelated political bickering, but there was no solid basis for a such a deal in the first place. Read More...

Another spending deadline, but that's not the real problem

The current minority party is fixated on delegitimizing the president; Republicans must put their foot down in spending level negotiations or they will be rolled over. Read More...
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