Lawmakers in Washington are gearing up for another debt ceiling debate this month when the suspension on the statutory debt limit expires on May 19.
Late Thursday, the Inspector General for the General Service Administration (GSA) announced that the GSA had given cash bonuses to senior officials based on broad coworkers reviews.
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced that households are improving their finances and lowering their debt.
According to Gallup, 60% of adults say they prefer to save money. 37% prefer to spend it.
Reuters reports the Treasury Department believes it will be able to hold off the need to vote on the debt ceiling until at least September.
The rose-colored economic outlook of the stimulus days have rusted over as the sequester went into effect. Now, time and again, we hear from the administration and others in Congress about how much better things could be, if only it weren’t for that darn sequester that they put no effort into avoiding.
Last week taxpayers spent roughly $81.7 million on Congress. Did you get your money’s worth?
So, Washington recently released this little advice column telling grocery shoppers how to save money. We thought we’d write a little advice column of our own to help Washington out:
Last year, Washington politicians overspent by $1 trillion. Are politicians krunk with kash?
You wouldn’t give this kid more money. Are Washington politicians any different?