Under new pressure, Sanders released a document claiming to show how he pays for everything. It doesn’t come close.
Brian Riedl is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of the new report “A Comprehensive Federal Budget Plan to Avert a Debt Crisis.” Follow him on twitter @Brian_Riedl.
She deserves credit for finally producing a plan for that. But even if the numbers added up—and they don’t—it might well tank the American economy.
Elizabeth Warren is due for some no-nonsense questions on Medicare for All (and so is Bernie Sanders). Here they are.
The CBO just delivered some bad budget news. Not a great time to go pouring $42 trillion in spending gas on the fire.
A look back at three recent major shutdowns shows they always fail—and they’ve hurt Republicans more often than Democrats.
Ever hear anyone on the left spell out exactly how they're going to pay for Medicare for All, free college, and all the rest? Didn't think so.
Yes, he’s been controversial and made some political mistakes. But the state is in good if not great shape. The voters, though, seem more focused on the former than the latter.
Health care for a family of four costs $28,000. Do they really propose to raise their taxes by that much? Then just what do they propose?