Now Is No Time for Bipartisanship: What the GOP Can Do in a Divided Government

Now that the Republicans have a slim majority in the House, they need to use all the powers available to them to slow down the Dems’ abuse of power and assault on the Constitution. This means both now and next term,  no “bipartisanship,” no preemptive cringes to ward off media attacks, and no “negotiations,” over raising the debt ceiling, for example, that don’t get some substantive concessions for pruning back the Democrats’ fiscal excesses.
Come January, the most obvio …

U.S. National Debt

The current U.S. national debt: