The U.S. is facing the largest, most predictable crisis in American history, and almost nobody is talking about it.
That was one takeaway Wednesday during a discussion at the Heritage Foundation on the national debt, which is currently $20 trillion and mounting. Just before the July 4 recess, the Congressional Budget Office altered its projections for this year, estimating that $700 billion will be added to the debt in 2017, which is $130 billion more than the CBO estimated in January....
By the way, none of the adults in Congress is in any sort of 'leadership' position.
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