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  • Tankosphere Today: Sept. 11, 2008

    As you will agree, efficient and effective operation of the Department of Defense (DOD) is critical to ensuring the security of our nation and the safety of our troops…

    As a result of Uncle Sam’s takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Congressional Budget Office believes the two previously quasi-private/public entities should now be included in the federal budget. According to the Financial Times…

    Much of the world may be struggling with the economic downturn, but life has been getting better in Columbus, Ind., Kingsport, Tenn., and Waterloo, Iowa. These out-of-the-way places have become trade hot spots as U.S. exports, fueled by the dollar’s fall…

    The Congressional Budget Office released new figures on the federal budget yesterday, which show that the deficit will peak in 2009 at $438 billion and decline thereafter…

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

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