Since February, Government Racked up $300 Billion of New DebtPosted by Randy | May 31, 2013
I wanted to share with you a recent article from The Heritage Foundation’s blog, showing that since February, the federal debt has increased by $300 billion, bringing the total to $16.7 trillion. The article notes this trend in Washington:
We cannot sustain this path. Congress must make it a priority to reign in federal spending and restore America to fiscal prosperity. Read more about what I’m doing to reduce spending here.
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