Friday, January 4, 2013

Daily Policy Digest for January 4, 2013

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January 4, 2013

Trillion-Dollar Deficits Are Sustainable for Now, Unfortunately

Even with a trillion-dollar budget deficit, it is unlikely that the United States will experience a debt crisis similar to what other countries like Greece and Spain did...


Another Ho-Hum Year for the Economy Likely in 2013

The Federal Reserve expected growth between 2.3 percent to 3 percent; however, it now expects 2012 to close with annual growth no better than 1.8 percent...


India and the United States: How Individuals and Corporations Have Driven Indo-U.S. Relations

Whereas most foreign policy discussions focus on government policies and diplomatic initiatives, relations between India and the United States have been driven substantially by corporations and individuals...


Why ObamaCare's Health Care Cost Controls Won't Work

With regard to financial incentives, there is little evidence that pay-for-performance reduces overall health costs...


A Resistance Movement Rises Up Against ObamaCare

The Congressional Budget Office expects at least 6 million people to pay the initial $95 fine rather than purchase health insurance...


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Retirement and Taxes: Reforms that Make "Cents"
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Energy and Environment: Clearing the Air
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