Posts Tagged ‘david walker’

I don’t think he was intending to build the case for impeachment. This week, Rudolph Penner and Robert Reischauer, both former directors of the Congressional Budget Office, briefed the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform about the challenges they’ll face in finding ways to cut the federal budget deficit to a sustainable level. But […]


Less is More

16Aug09

An op-ed pushing health care reform under the President’s name appears in today’s New York Times. It complains, predictably, that the facts aren’t getting out. What we haven’t heard are the voices of the millions upon millions of Americans who quietly struggle every day with a system that often works better for the health-insurance companies […]


Not Adding Up

13Aug09

How do you know that ObamaCare is in trouble? When Democrats are afraid to have Town Hall Meetings. How do you know the president is in trouble? When he is forced to defend his plan by promising that he’s not going to “pull the plug on Grandma.” So, protesters, keep up the pressure. Despite the […]