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Jeb Bush and taxes—read my lips, part II

By Cal Thomas
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Government | Gov. Jeb Bush (R-Fla.) is thinking seriously about running for president in 2016, according to his son, George P. Bush. According to Commentary magazine, Jeb…

Jubilee for student loan debt is no cause for celebration

By Laura Edghill
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Debt | An anti-debt organization is playing fairy godmother to Americans drowning in debt, swooping in and paying off bills randomly to protest “unjust”

Debt decisions

Debt decisions

By David Skeel
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Money | A better idea for student loan reform

Does reining in the federal debt require a constitutional convention?

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Politics | The second of three meetings concerning a possible convention to amend the U.S. Constitution will take place today and Friday at the Indiana…

Focus on what works

By Cal Thomas
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Government | The Fiscal Times reported last week that the State Department has missing files or incomplete files for more than $6 billion in State Department contracts.

Is Ted Cruz out of control?

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | What you think of Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, depends on who you believe. Is the freshman senator on an “ego trip,” putting himself before country (Dana…

Just say 'no' to underwriting more debt

By Cal Thomas
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Government Shutdown 2013 | The fiasco in Washington over the partial government shutdown, raising the debt ceiling, and deepening animosity between Republicans and Democrats (and…

Debtors' prison

By The Editors
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Education | The most rapidly growing class of debt in America belongs to the country’s newest wage earners and its youngest taxpayers

Signs and Wonders: Does the U.S. really need to buy more stuff?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Don’t raise debt ceiling? Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., is saying there’s no need to raise the debt ceiling, and he has an interesting argument. The reason we…

Shutdown negotiations finally begin

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Government | House Republicans offer compromises and meet with the president while facing poll numbers showing Democrats winning the blame game

Lawmakers agree to lower student loan interest rates again

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Congress reached an agreement Wednesday to lower federally subsidized student loan interest rates, at least temporarily. A bipartisan group of senators met…

‘Free’ college in Oregon comes with 20-year price tag

By Elise Grafe
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Education | As the cost of education balloons and student loan interest rates rise, lawmakers and students are considering creative school financing options. The latest…

 
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