According to The Associated Press, the U.S. Treasury secretary doesn’t think the nation’s fiscal crisis is “urgent.”
A few months ago, the administration insisted there was “no smart way” to avoid the sequester. Soon after, the White House cancelled tours indefinitely, blaming their “staffing reductions” on the spending cuts. However, The Washington Post recently discovered documents detailing the administration’s plans to go on a safari with a counterassault team during their upcoming trip to Africa.
On Monday, President Obama said he would veto the annual appropriations bills unless they ended the sequester spending cuts.
We don’t have a spending problem? After months of promises to cut spending, it was reveled that Obama said he believes America doesn’t have a spending problem. Gretchen Hamel, executive producer of Public Notice, joins AM Tampa Bay to discuss the wave of denial on debt and spending in Washington.
All ears will be tuned to Obama as he gives a speech in Pennsylvania to lay out his plans to avert the fiscal cliff. Will he address the need to cut spending or will his plan only include tax hikes? Lenwood Brooks, policy director of Public Notice, joins host Manny Haley on KRMS Morning Magazine in Lake Ozark, Mo., to discuss.
The Associated Press reported that Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble “rejected President Obama’s calls on Europe to move faster in fighting its debt crisis, telling him to get the American deficit under control instead.” According to the article, Schaeuble said in an interview,
Obama is speaking in Tampa. What do voters want to hear? Plus, what are the political implications of the Fast and Furious case? Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, joins 970 WFLA’s AM Tampa Bay.
With the presidential race getting closer, Obama and Romney are in a dead heat, according to the results of national poll released by Public Notice last week. Plus, results of the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act coming soon. Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, discusses on the G Gordon Liddy Show.
The results of a new poll from Public Notice show Americans are very worried about both the economic direction of the country and their own personal financial situation. With such a dire financial crisis at hand, can Obama win a re-election? Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, discusses on the Sean Hannity Show
President Obama is speaking about the economy in Ohio. What will he say? Gretchen Hamel, executive director of Public Notice, gives a breakdown on AM Tampa Bay on 970 WFLA.