The Gazette interviewed Congressman McClintock last week, and his remarks deserve a comment. He voiced concern about a “responsible budget,” yet he voted to cut taxes. As a result, the rate of growth of the national debt since January this year has tripled in comparison to 2017.
Since January, 2018, the public debt is projected to expand by $1.295 billion by January 2019. In the year 2017, it expanded by $380 billion, so this year is 3.3 times more new debt than in 2017. This data comes ...
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