The NPR funding debate is a litmus test of how serious Congress in general and Republicans in particular are about spending cuts. If Congress can't even cut NPR it is a sign that deficits are here to stay and . . .dare I say it . . .tax hikes will be necessary. Or perhaps you don't care that your children will be paying big chunks of their diminished incomes to the Chinese. [Martin Sullivan/Tax.com]
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