When Cuts Don't Cut It

WASHINGTON -- After slamming Democrats for not focusing on "jobs, jobs, jobs," Republicans have decided to ignore their own winning message in favor of "cuts, cuts, cuts." This is bad economics -- and bad politics. If you don't believe me, read a new NB Full Story »

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by Ben Ross - Mar. 4, 2011

the voice of the center.....not much spin....eyes wide open!

So both parties should be explaining why any reasonable deficit-reduction program will include tax increases. “Cuts, cuts, cuts” isn’t a plan. Right now, ... More »

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