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Explaining the Debt Ceiling (part 2)

So…as you found out with Delores, the debt ceiling is like a very large mortgage. It represents not only the money that is needed to pay for something that is not realistically affordable, but also, due to credit ratings, holds … Continue reading

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Explaining the Debt Ceiling (Part 1)

The Panic Sisters are in the air – in more ways than one. The plane has finally left the ground and they are on their way. Both of the sisters, Delores and Melinda, were hoping that when they left the … Continue reading

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Lollipop, Lollipop: The National Budget, WiFi and a Decade of Pointless Pain

This is going to be complicated, so you may want to stop reading now and take an aspirin, get a cup of tea and get comfortable because we are going to be here for a while. On Monday, Valentine’s Day, … Continue reading

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