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There’s no deal better than a temp deal

As Europe forces austerity on debt-ridden Greece, our leaders hesitate to force austerity — and fiscal responsibility — on debt-threatened America. Talks in Washington last week focused on how to avoid the fiscal cliff and it’s forced austerity, not how to use it as leverage to pass a painful, long-term solution to our staggering debt crisis. Republicans talked about avoiding ...

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What’s to happen with Greece?

Greece were to default in the coming months, what kind of financial effect would that have here in America? Nobody can predict the endgame yet. And, in fact, Greece may even stay in the European Union (EU), although this is looking less and less likely. The big concern increasingly isn’t so much as what happens to Greece as it is ...

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