1,364. That is the number of days it has been since the United States Senate last passed a budget. One may think that with a national debt approaching $17 trillion (and set to rise without reform) and yearly deficits north of $1 trillion, the upper body of the U.S. legislator would show a little interest
House Republicans unveiled their new budget proposal today, advocating sharp cuts in both tax rates and domestic spending levels to eliminate our nation’s deficit by 2040.
Find a piece of paper, turn it lengthwise, and draw a line that divides it on a 4:1 ratio (the crease should be 2.2 inches from the edge of the paper, you can check with a ruler after you make the fold). Now, take a new piece of paper and draw a line that divides