January 19, 2013
January 16, 2013
NYT’s Nate Silver: What Is Driving Growth in Government Spending?
October 19, 2010
July 25, 2010
Financial Times: The political genius of supply-side economics
May 5, 2010
Los Angeles Times: Greece's lessons for us
April 27, 2010
Daily Dish: The Right-Wing Media-Industrial Complex
April 26, 2010
New York Times: Does Conservatism Need Fox News?
February 17, 2010
PBS: The Business Desk: How Does the Current Deficit Compare to Past Deficits?
November 14, 2007
The Western Right: Understanding Government: Spending
October 22, 2007
Politics Reddit: Now if I told you...
September 27, 2007
Huffington Post: We Can't Give You Anything But War, Baby
August 14, 2007
Matt Yglesias: The Big Con
May 28, 2007
Marginal Revolution: Would immortals be libertarian?
March 28, 2007
Andrew Sullivan: The Daily Dish
March 27, 2007
Jerry Pournelle: Current Chaos Manor mail
American Thinker: Young Democrats Just Don't Get It
First, Fannie Mae made a onetime payment to the Treasury of around $50 billion resulting from a revaluation of certain tax assets that significantly increased its net worth. Second, because both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were profitable in 2013, the companies were required to make quarterly payments to the Treasury in amounts related to the increase in their net worth.