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Debt Or Alive? Deficit Hawks Hope Debate Finally Turns To Borrowing | The Denver Post

October 1, 2012

Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget and an organizer of Fix the Debt, said she has gone to dinner parties for years where people's eyes glazed over as soon as she told them her work involved the federal debt.

Zombie Zeal: The Undead Are Living Large this Halloween | Denver Post

October 29, 2011

"What's new about the current zombie craze is its white-collar shine," writes Torie Bosch in Slate. "It's the existential fear of the economy writ large: 'I sometimes wonder what I would do if I lost everything.' " Zombies have long figured in folklore ...

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Editorial: Copter Crash a Cruel Reminder | The Denver Post

August 10, 2011

There is a powerful story in last week's New Yorker by Nicholas Schmidle, detailing what happened on the night of the Abbotabad raid. A senior Defense Department official told Schmidle, "This was one of almost two thousand missions that have been ...

What's Wrong With Amendment 63? | The Denver Post

October 9, 2010

As Micah Weinberg wrote recently in Politico, "the new federal health care reform effort actually did everything possible to secure a continuing role for ...

Political Polygraph: A Fact Check on Michael Bennet | Denver Post

August 24, 2010

A report from the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act one year later ...

Littwin: Markets Resemble A Greek Tragedy | The Denver Post

May 7, 2010

On her blog, Megan McArdle, the financial analyst for the Atlantic, gave a list of possible reasons for the moments of market insanity.

She wrote that it could be the market knows something we don't. Or it could be that the market doesn't. She said maybe "some idiots panicked when (mega-bond investor) Mohamed El-Erian said that Greek contagion was on the verge of spreading. One of the more comforting explanations; if so, the idiots seem to have thought the better of it.". ...

Rules May Tighten in Regulating For-Profit Colleges | Denver Post

January 18, 2010

... to clean up their act," said Stephen Burd, editor of Higher Ed Watch, a public-policy blog published by the Washington-based New America Foundation. ...

Federal Budget up 4% Despite Obama's Pledge of More Scrutiny | Denver Post

December 28, 2009

... spending should rise 8.2 percent, according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, a budget watchdog group. ...

Reform Pays in Colorado

  • By
  • Len Nichols,
  • New America Foundation
December 6, 2009 |

Coloradans cannot turn on the television without coming face to face with the health care reform debate in Washington. But with so many conflicting messages from different interest groups, it is hard to know what to believe.

Women Pay Up to 50% More for Health Insurance Premiums | Denver Post

October 25, 2009
The rate at which women visit primary care physicians is more than 50 percent higher than for men, according to the New America Foundation. ...
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