Staying Positive: What Happens When (If?) A Debt Limit Deal Is Struck?
The brinksmanship continues. The two parties still have not struck a deal to lift the federal borrowing limit.
Is There A Default Playbook?
In Washington, all attention was focused on the White House yesterday, where congressional leaders met again with President Joe Biden regarding the debt ceiling.
573 Days To Go: The Election Marathon Has Begun
It may only be the second quarter of 2023, but after several announcements today and this past week, it is clear 2024 is upon us.
2023: 2008 All Over Again?
What Happened to Silicon Valley Bank and Is It 2008 Again?
The CFPB Saga Continues
Let’s take a look at why GOP lawmakers are so opposed to the CFPB as it’s currently structured.
Financial Stability, the Super Bowl, and Cryptocurrency
If you watched the Super Bowl last weekend, you enjoyed a great game (unless you’re an Eagles fan.) But did you notice the one thing that was missing? That’s right: cryptocurrency ads.
Recapping last night’s somewhat contentious State of the Union Address.
Let’s examine the general mood of the country going into last night’s speech - and going into the Biden reelection campaign.
Washington Update: Some Hope for Bipartisanship
With House Speaker Kevin McCarthy slated to meet with President Biden, Washington is fully immersed in debt ceiling drama.
Can the Current Debt Limit Crisis Be Solved?
The U.S. government hit its statutory debt limit last week. No need to panic yet — the Treasury Department is undertaking “extraordinary measures” that will keep the United States from defaulting on its obligations for a few months.
House Chaos a Preview of What’s to Come
Let’s take a look at what happened, and what it could mean for the ability of Congress to shape federal policy — or get anything done — over the next two years.
Why did Democrats change the calendar and what does it all mean? Let’s take a look.
Why a One-Seat Senate Pickup is a Big Deal for Democrats
And that’s a wrap. Well almost.